I believe that the biggest threat to the United States in foreign affairs at this time is Iran and it’s allies. It has gotten four years closer to a nuclear weapon, and is not as closely watched as it once was. It has many nuclear plants and has been becoming more non-compliant to thorough checks and observations, but most of all it is coming closer to attacking our close ally, Israel.
Iran, over the past few years, has been losing the eye of the United States slowly but surely. We have stopped spreading the news of Iran in this country, and it has become a dying matter that some people never even took an interest in. Though it is that way, we must inform people of the dangerous over-seas, nuclear presences.
On the second matter, In the Presidency of Barack Obama, over the past four years, it has been non-widely shared information that Iran has been refusing thorough checks and observations that were once very strongly needed and still are. If we don’t enforce that we very much object to starting any nuclear warfare and prevent others from using nuclear power in unjust and unrighteous ways it will turn out badly for everyone, over-seas and in the Americas.
My last and third point on this matter is that we also need these two restrictions to prevent coming closer to an attack on Israel, our close ally. Though Israel doesn’t want a war, they claim that they are prepared to fight back if necessary. Which most likely would force us right into the middle of, yet again I do not use this term lightly, war. We have strong connections to the Israeli people and wish to stand with them because of all the times they have been persecuted by the terrorist organizations including Fundamental Islamic. We also hope that if foreign affairs with us turn sour, they might do the same.
With these proven points and statements, I sincerely believe that Iran is the largest threat to this country in foreign affairs and hope that we become less lenient to terrorist nations and threats in the countries overseas.
Under God We Stand, and In God We Trust
*TIme limited my ording and depth I apologize on that point and hope you enjoyed it a the same.
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