The US Strategic Roadmap: Virtue or Strategy?


In 1945, two atomic bombs were dropped on the major Japanese cities of Nagasaki and Hiroshima. The two bombs forced Japan’s vicious military invader to submit and fly back over the occupied territories. Japan also agreed to hand over all of its territory to US sovereignty and was compelled to unconditionally disarm its military. The bombing was undoubtedly a terrible act, but it stopped a much worse one and brought a lot of life and freedom to Asia and the rest of the world. General MacArthur branded war criminals and proclaimed world peace after landing in Japan.

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It is my greatest wish and hope for the world, he declared. We have a wonderful chance to protect the environment from the devastation caused by conflict, bloodshed, and cruelty. Rebuilding this world requires faith, comprehension, and protection of human dignity. “All atrocities and war crimes must end.”

Each word is the result of careful policy consideration and an in-depth analysis of American worldviews. According to this viewpoint, the United States is a peacemaker and savior who abhors atrocities and thinks that aggressive wars and the oppression of weak people and nations must be put an end to.

Following World War II, a large number of important international institutions were established with the goals of preserving peace, advancing global economic development, promoting human values and dignity, and, in particular, the new world order. Invading nations from World War II have been contacted by the United States to sign a treaty, hand over their leaders for trial, and enact legislation outlawing any actions that violate human dignity. The concepts has been hugely successful for American foreign policy.

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