"american Mission" On Historical Reflection

U.S. Mission made ​​tough in the Puritan view of religion. This concept of the United States as God choose a special country, the development of human history and destiny to bear a special responsibility. This concept is deeply rooted in American culture, deeply influenced the Americans on their own or to the outside world views and attitudes. It is the name of the U.S. government to achieve this mission under the guise of outward expansion, the small countries wanton interference. However, the result of interference, and not to be interference in bringing democracy and freedom, but on the already very peaceful situation, inject new destabilizing factors to stimulate these countries have become increasingly strong dissatisfaction and resistance, leading to caught in the dilemma of American foreign policy, history and reality have been fully proved this point
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