The United States has a long history of involvement in international affairs. While American leadership has been a stabilizing force aimed towards global peace and security, there have been times when we have been drawn into conflicts that were not in our best interests.

The 20-year war in Afghanistan and giving the Taliban a parting gift of $90 billion in American armament are such an example. Videos can be seen all over YouTube with the Taliban wearing American night vision and holding U.S. weapons.

I don’t know about you but my Foreign Policy fun meter was pegged a long time

Other times, our actions have caused unintended consequences, such as the rise of ISIS. President Biden has made it clear that he would like to change America’s role on the world stage. In this post, we will discuss five ways to fix America’s foreign policy and make it stronger than ever before.


What Is America’s Foreign Policy?

The short answer is there is no answer.

What our foreign policy should be is a set of principles that guide our interactions with other nations. This includes military and diplomatic actions, and, increasingly, our economic and cultural interactions.

America’s foreign policy has played a major role in shaping the present-day world order but we’ve lost our way recently, as I’ll point out soon.