FOREIGN POLICY

Financial Aid to Foreign Countires 

From a foreign policy perspective, I strongly believe that the government of the United States always needs to be involved in providing financial assistance to countries whose citizens are in need. I believe that the financial assistance we send to other countries should go directly to non-profit organizations or educational institutions that have a primary purpose of aiding directly those that are in need, NOT to for-profit entities or to some governments of those countries. Countries which do not attempt to take care of their own people or which have a reckless disregard of their citizen's rights should not be aided.

Immigration

Refugees should always be welcome in the United States. I am a strong supporter of immigration reform. In my personal views, I believe that individuals should only be accepted a legal status if they do not have a criminal record, will abide by the laws of the United States of America and if they will not target individuals who are minorities themselves who are residing in the United States of America. Individuals that are members of the LGBTQI community, ethnic minorities, or people who have been persecuted by their own country should always feel free to apply for a fefugee status with the United States of America and should always be welcome as to doing so. 

Spying on our allies

The National Security Agency is an intelligence entity of the government of the Untied States that has a primary purpose as to monitoring, collecting, and processing information and data as a part as to the agency's intelligence and counterintelligence duties. While the great work as to the individuals employed by the NSA is greatly appreciated, as a country we do not need to spy on the personal and private communication devices of world leaders in which are allies of the United States. By the government of the United States of America doing so, that type of spying breaches the privacy, trust and our diplomatic relations that we have with our allies. Therefore as from a foreign policy perspective, the government of the United States should not spy on the private communication devices of world leaders that are allies as to our great nation. 

  
U.S Federal Government Agencies            
  

United States Department of State

Officials of the United States Department of State need to be listened to on their concerns, and on their opinions, especially when it is in regard and pertaining to human rights issues and concerns and other issues. I believe that it is imperative for the White House to respectfully listen to the concerns and to other diplomacy issues that officials with the United States Department of State engage in or bring to their attention. I believe that officials with the White House should think before they speaks and that their actions should not leave officials with the United States Department of State clueless or unaware as to how to respond on a foreign policy stance or issue. I also believe that officials with the United States Department of State, that disagree with the foreign policy decisions of the White House, should not be intimidated to resign or forced to resign due to their opinions on foreign policy decisions that they believe would be of the best interest of the United States as to being involved in.

With regard and pertaining to wars or armed conflicts, I believe that the United States should first seek diplomacy and should extend its diplomatic presence before entering or engaging in an armed conflict against a government of a foreign country. To help prevent wars and armed conflicts from occurring, I believe that officials with the United States Department of State need to be allowed to use all of their resources that they have and that they should be allowed to do their job as to helping ensure that diplomacy prevails and that war or an armed conflict occurring against a government of a foreign country is a last resort. I believe that the majority of wars and armed conflicts that occurring between a country against another country can be avoided with both parties mutually listened to one another, engaged in peace talks with one another, and sought diplomacy over hostile diplomatic relations.  


  
U.S Federal Government Agencies            
  

Central Intelligence Agency 

As part of a foreign policy objective of mine, I believe that officials with the Central Intelligence Agency should be used for the purpose of collecting, analyzing, and distributing intelligence data and information for the interests of the United States, our allies and helping to keep diplomatic staff, diplomatic missions of the United States and helping to keep Americans and our interests safe overseas. I believe that officials with the Central Intelligence Agency, or contracted individuals with the Central Intelligence Agency, should not be allowed to torture or to detain individuals without cause. I believe that torture violates the domestic laws of the United States as well as international law. I believe that any individual or individuals that are detained by the United States need to be ensured that they are given an adequate, a competent and a fair hearing. That is because I believe that whenever a person is targeted, their liberty and their property interests are at stake. So, I believe that it is imperative for the United States to respect the procedural and substantive due process rights of a targeted individual or individuals.

Something that really concerns me is the "war on terrorism" ideology that some individuals in the United States have. I am in opposition to a case in which the Central Intelligence Agency would have a war on terrorism ideology. While I do support officials with the Central Intelligence Agency conducting operations and espionage against radical extremist entities in foreign countries, with respect to international law, I do not believe that the Central Intelligence Agency ever having a war on terrorism ideology in response to radical extremists would ever surely save the world from radical extremists. Instead, I am hoping that the Central Intelligence Agency will have a foreign policy objective as to helping and making investments in education, regular job opportunities, regular job growth, regular job development and transportation for individuals to get and to keep those things for the purpose as to stabilizing countries. This in my opinion would help stop radial extremists and the entities in which they are a part of from becoming so popular. Typically, countries that are known to have a large amount of radical extremists are typically countries that are of a low-income due to their being a lack of education, affordable or not, a lack of job opportunities, job development, job growth, and transportation for individuals to get and to keep those things. I believe that if low-income countries in our world, in which experienced the highest levels of extremism, had job opportunities, job development, job growth and transportation for individuals to get and to keep those things, would see a decrease in racial extremists and their influence on communities. So, that type of nation-building foreign policy objective is something that I am hoping that the Central Intelligence Agency accomplishes with the USAID.
  

​National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

As part of a foreign policy objective of mine, I believe that officials with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency should be used for the purpose of collecting, analyzing, and distributing geospatial intelligence data and information for the interests of the United States and our allies. I believe that officials with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency need to be used for the purpose as to spying on the structure and the formation of extremist entities overseas, such as foreign terrorist organizations, and I believe that officials with that intelligence agency should be allowed to conduct intelligence operations against extremists entities overseas, such as foreign terrorist organizations, when necessary and for the safety and the security of the international community.    

I am a strong supporter of procedural safeguards being put in place that will ensure that officials with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency are never allowed to torture a targeted individual or a group of individuals. I believe that whenever the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency conducts investigations into an individual or individuals, I believe that officials must respect the procedural and the substantive due process rights of a targeted individual or individuals. I believe that NGIA officials must never engage in abusive or reckless intelligence investigations and operations and that the intelligence investigations and operations that officials with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency are a participant in must be with cause and should not be abused.
  

​United States Agency for International Development

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is a federal agency of the federal government of the United States in which has a responsibility as to administering civilian foreign aid and development assistance to foreign countries. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) was formed on November 3rd, 1961 as it used to be called the International Cooperation Administration. Currently, its annual budget is around 26 to 27 billion dollars. While I do believe that the intent of the formation of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is a good thing, I believe that some reforms need to be made as to this independent federal agency of the United States. That is because I believe that this federal agency does not have a primary goal as to being involved in nation building. I believe that one of its main mission goals needs to be that the federal agency is involved in is nation building, in a way that will work. While it may be true that some political figures in the United States do not want the United States to be involved in nation building, I believe that nation building needs to be a major foreign policy objective of the United States. Failing states or states that are or that have the possibility of failing do pose serious and concerning security threats to the United States and to the international community. I believe that crime in which terrorism is a bracket of, will occur more often in countries around the world that are failing states or that have the potential as to becoming failing states. If the United States and members of the international community helped ensure that nation building was one of its main foreign policy objective, I believe that countries around the world that are in need would benefit from it. 

There are many federal agencies of the federal government of the United States, from the United States Department of State to the United States Department of Agriculture, that have “nation building” as "a part" of somewhat of their goal. I believe that countries in which have the resources to help, but that do not have nation building as a major part of their foreign policy objective, have a huge possibility as to failing to reform a targeted country. So, to help make sure that the foreign policy of the United States and the international community is accurate, sufficient and works, I believe that the United States and members of the international community need to be involved in nation building where we can all really make a difference. When the federal government of the United States finds that engaging in nation building, as far as selected countries are concerned, will work and that it is one of the best major foreign policy objectives that it can be involved in, I believe that the United States needs to focus on doing so for approximately using USAID in 29 to 30 countries. I strongly believe that those countries need to include Afghanistan, Libya, Somalia, Syria, the Republic of Yemen. I believe that it would be unwise for the United States to offer nation building assistance to every country in our world because I do not believe that USAID has the resources or the funds to help every country with nation building that needs assistance. This is especially because USAID does not have enough funds, resources, or even the employees to provide nation building assistance to more than 29 to 30 countries in our world.  

One nation building operation that I am hoping that the government of the United States is involved in, with regard and pertaining to Afghanistan, is helping to complete the Ring Road Project. I am a strong supporter of the United States and the international community being involved in is the completion of the Ring Road Project in Afghanistan because that I believe that doing so will help ensure the stability, safety and the security of Afghanistan.
  



  
  

  
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS  

United Nations

I am a strong supporter of the United Nations is every way, shape and form. The United Nations came to form as the replacement of the once run League of Nations that failed, after it was established in October 24th, 1945. The United Nations is a global intergovernmental organization in which has the responsibility as to being involved in the unifying countries in the world, the promotion of international cooperation and to create and maintain international order. The United Nations is supposed to bring nations together and they are supposed to do so in order to confront challenges, manage shared responsibilities and to exercise necessary action in enduring a quest for a peaceful, inclusive and sustainable world.
The United Nations has its headquarters in New York City in the United States. The main structure of the United Nations includes the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic Social Council (ECOSOC), the Secretariat, and the International Court of Justice. Other important bodies and agencies of the United Nations include the Human Rights Council, the Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, the World Bank, the World Health Organization, the World Trade Organization and et cetera. 

The current President of the United States, Mr. Donald Trump, has cut funding to the United Nations and has ensured that the United States withdrew from its Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. I do not support that in anyway and I believe that the United States as well as the rest of the international community needs to continue to fund the United Nations and be a part of each and every one of the bodies and the agencies of the United Nations.       
  
  

  

North Atlantic Treaty Organization

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is an intergovernmental military alliance between several countries in Europe and the North American Continent. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was formed on April 4th, 1949. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization consists of a collective defense system in which member countries that are a participant to agree to mutual defense if they are attacked by a third party. As a part of my foreign policy objective, I believe that the United States and our allies need to be strong participants as member countries in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

I believe that the United States supporting the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and European countries supporting the North Atlantic Treaty Organization does equal a secure and a stable United States and Europe. I believe that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization will help European Counties grow economically, especially due to the importance of trade relations between the United States and countries that are located in the European Continent. Sadly, leadership of the United States has declined with NATO since the Cold War Era. I believe that a lack of leadership of the United States with regard and pertaining to NATO could potentially result in the destabilization of European security and economic influence. I am a strong supporter of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization having strong leadership and I believe that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization needs to always have strong leadership from member countries, including the United States, in order to sustain a secure and economically stable United States and Europe. 
  
  

  

International Criminal Court

The International Criminal Court is a high court of last resort as for the prosecution of individuals that are asserted as to having been involved in the crimes of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. The high court is in The Hague and was established by its founding treaty, the Rome Statute, in which was entered into force on July 1, 2002. The International Criminal Court only has jurisdiction to prosecute individuals as for their crimes in which allows the high court to focus on individuals that are considered to be untouchable in certain regions of our world. I personally believe that the International Criminal Court needs more power and should not be prevented as to addressing atrocities that are being committed due to an imbalanced United Nations Security Council.

As far as the United States is concerned, I would like the United States to repeal the American Service-Members’ Protection Act of 2002 because that prohibits the United States from providing direct monetary assistance to the court and I believe that is unnecessary. I strongly believe that the International Criminal Court is greatly needed in our word as to combating atrocities that are and that have occurred in our world and I believe that the United States needs to support the efforts of the court as to fighting atrocities that are and that have occurred in our world.

  
COUNTRIES
  

United Kingdom

The United Kingdom is a sovereign country that is located in the Northern Europe and the country is considered to be a unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy in which the country is the Queen’s government. The United Kingdom is made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The United Kingdom is a member of the United Nations, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and is currently a member of the European Union. I am in strong supporter of the United Kingdom staying a part of the United Nations, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and the European Union. As far as the United Kingdom is concerned, I do not support the United Kingdom leaving the European Union and I believe that the government of the United Kingdom should have never allowed the Brexit vote to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union. I believe that the Brexit vote was and is extremely reckless and I am hoping that Queen Elizabeth II will get involved in this issue by overriding that awful decision, since the United Kingdom is the Queen’s government.

Their does appear to have been talks from some members of the public about some of the United Kingdom or its territories breaking away from the United Kingdom, such as by either Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland. I am in extreme opposition to any type of independence movement that are in support of any parts of the United Kingdom and or any of the territories of the United Kingdom splitting up from or breaking away from the United Kingdom. I strongly believe that Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland are all a part of the United Kingdom and that they should forever stay that way. Basically, I believe that Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland are not sovereign countries but that they are a part of the United Kingdom and that they should always be.
  

  

Canada

Canada is a country that is located in the North American Continent. The government of Canada is headed by Queen Elizabeth II and it has a federal parliamentary “constitutional monarchy” government structure. Canada is a member of the United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Canada is also a member of the Paris Agreement. I am a strong supporter of the government of Canada being involved in the United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). I am also a strong supporter of Canada being a participant in the Paris Agreement. I believe that is an effort to address climate change that is occurring in our world. Canada as a country is considered to be a progressive country when it comes to the acceptance minorities. While it may be true that no country is perfect, Canada as a country is extremely progressive on social issues, but there are areas that do need to improve in Canada. 

In Canada, one of its main intelligence agencies is the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service (CSIS). The Canadian Security and Intelligence Unit does have a procedural history as to spying on individuals that are in Canada for engaging in freedom of speech and freedom of association activities. Other times, members of the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service do have cause to spy on individuals that are in Canada that are trying to cause harm onto others. While I respect the work that members of the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service are involved in, I am a strong supporter of more procedural safeguards being put in place that will protect individuals inside and outside of Canada from being spied on for engaging in freedom of speech and freedom of association activities, in which are protected by domestic and international law. As part of procedural safeguards that I support being imposed on the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service, I believe the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service needs to always get a warrant from a court before they are authorized to spy on an individual that is either inside or that is outside Canada. The procedural and the substantive due process rights of a targeted individual need to be respected and should never be violated, especially when a person’s liberty and property interests are at stake.
  

Afghanistan

Afghanistan as a country is something that I am hoping that the United States and the international community are involved in reforming and completing its once started reform initiatives and projects and taking part in non-started reform initiatives and projects. The government of the United States has been involved in limited state-building in Afghanistan, in which has mostly centered around security infrastructure, rather than working on the economic and social infrastructure of Afghanistan. I do not believe that the United States or members of the international community will ever be successful as to reforming Afghanistan into a more perfect union by solely or mostly working on security infrastructure of Afghanistan. I believe that the United States and the international community need to change their foreign policy stances on this issue.  

In my opinion, I believe that it is pointless for countries to solely focus on the security infrastructure of Afghanistan while not having a major foreign policy objective of theirs to be focused on the economic and the social infrastructure of Afghanistan. Typically speaking, I believe that crime in which terrorism is a part of, occurs in parts of the world that experience the highest levels of poverty. Extremist entities will reach out to communities that are or that feel isolated from the world and they will attempt to give aid to those communities. A community that is facing poverty in which is in a low-income country will sometimes be targeted by extremist entities in which the extremist entities will a lot of times attempt to offer the targeted law-income communities assistance. This includes indigent communities where extremist organizations operate. So, I believe that if the international community wants to help ensure the security of a low-income country is stable, I believe that the international community needs to make investments in economic and social infrastructure of that low-income country.  

An example of an economic infrastructure program that I hope that the United States and the international community helps complete in Afghanistan is the Ring Road Project. I am a strong supporter of the completion of the Ring Road Project and that is something that I am hoping occurs. Sadly, the United States did not finish completing the Ring Road Project and I believe that the United States needs to complete the project for the stability of Afghanistan as a country and for the safety and the security of the international community. I believe that if the Ring Road is not completed, I believe that Afghanistan as a country will have a high probability as to failing. I believe that the international community cannot allow that to occur. Afghanistan as a country will be more likely to succeed than fail once the Ring Road Project is completed.

An example of a social infrastructure program that I hope that the United States and the international community is involved in is helping reform the healthcare situation in Afghanistan. I believe that the health-care situation in Afghanistan is poor and that it lacks adequate resources that one would need in order to be successful. Since the majority of the people in Afghanistan live in poverty or below the poverty line, it has been reported that anxiety and depressive disorders are prevalent throughout the country. Due to the healthcare system lacking necessary tools that they need in order to be successful, a lot of individuals in Afghanistan self-medicate psychopharmacological medications. This is not good because self-diagnosis and self-medicating believed symptoms without the consultation of an individual with a medical degree can cause serious physical and psychological harm to the self-medicated individual.
To help address the healthcare situation in Afghanistan, the government of Afghanistan contracted with non-governmental organizations for health services in which applied to healthcare services in some areas throughout the country as it relied on primary hospital-based psychiatry services. While it is not necessarily a bad thing for the government of Afghanistan to have contracts with non-governmental organizations to serve in areas of the country that are isolated from the rest of the country and that do not have access to its primary based health care services, I do believe that the government of Afghanistan needs to break away from expensive hospital-based psychiatry and move it towards primary health care services. This is especially necessary because the majority of the people in Afghanistan are of low income and live in low-income communities. Psychiatric healthcare services in low income countries typically are in most cases if not in practically all cases afforded to individuals that are affluent. That is because there is a lack of individuals with medical degrees that are in low income communities of law-income countries. That is why I support the government of Afghanistan breaking away from expensive hospital-based psychiatry and moving towards primary based health care services.
  


  

Libya

Libya is a country that is located in the northern part of the African continent. Currently, Libya is officially known as the State of Libya, and the country has a government that is known as the Government of the National Accord. The Government of the National Accord is currently supported by the government of the United States and by other governments of countries that are a part of the international community, for stability and for security purposes in Libya. With this support however, for the current government structure of Libya, problems of stability and security concerns are prevalent across Libya. There have been and there are currently a large number of military attacks that have taken place across Libya, war crimes being committed, crimes against humanity being committed, genocide being committed, and slavery occurring in Libya. Even though a lot of atrocities have occurred and are occurring in Libya, the Libyan Government of the National Accord is not stable enough to address or to prosecute the perpetrators of serious violations of international law, in which has occurred and in which is occurring, due to the limited resources that the Libyan Government of the National Accord has available to them, as well as due to its current government structure.  

For stability, peace and for security purposes, I am hoping, and I am wanting the government structure of Libya to transform into a constitutional monarchy. I believe that this will be the best way for the international community to ensure that the government of Libya will last longer, and that the government of Libya will be more effective than the current government of Libya. I believe that the formation and the establishment of some type of constitutional monarchy in Libya, will help ensure that the funds and that the resources that governments of countries that are seeking to help improve Libya, will actually go toward all of its intended goals. Once a constitutional monarchy is established in Libya, I strongly believe that the funds and that the resources that governments of countries send to the government of Libya, that is centered around a constitutional monarchy, will in my opinion be better used and will not be wasted, and that the government of Libya as structured around the constitutional monarchy, will help ensure that the government of Libya is effective and that it accomplishes the goals that the government of Libya wants to be involved in. Once a constitutional monarchy is established in Libya, I believe that the armed forces of Libya and the economy of Libya will improve. Once Libya’s economy has improved, people that live in Libya will have something to live for. Once people have something to live for in Libya, extremist entities will decrease in size and the people who live in isolated parts of Libya, will no longer have to rely on forced protection or receiving humanitarian assistance from extremist groups.
  
  

The People's Republic of China

The People’s Republic of China is a unitary sovereign state that is in the Eastern Asian Peninsula. I do not understand why the United States must have a "one China policy" when the People’s Republic of China is already one sovereign country. I believe that the United States must respect the PRC if we want the People’s Republic of China to respect us. I also believe that the People's Republic of China should respect the United States if they want respect. I personally do not believe that the United States of America should have to have an official policy that recognizes the People’s Republic of China as one country when they are already one country. It would be like the People’s Republic of China having a “one United States” policy when the United States of America is already one sovereign country. I support a “one China” policy from a legality standpoint however I do believe from a common-sense perspective that it is unnecessary to have to have a “one China policy” when the People’s Republic of China is already “one” sovereign country. The United States of America and the People’s Republic of China should be respecting each other’s sovereignty.   

As far as Taiwan is concerned, I believe that Taiwan is not a sovereign state and is a part of the People's Republic of China. I do not support the United States of America sending billions of dollars in military aid to Taiwan because Taiwan is not a sovereign state. If the people of Taiwan want to gain any type of independence from the People's Republic of China, those individuals then need to do so the legal way. I view this issue the same as if the People's Republic of China decided that they were going to provide financial assistance or even military assistance‎ to Hawaii or even let’s say California. Such an agreement would violate our core principle as to being the "United" States of America as in one sovereign country. The People’s Republic of China is one country and the United States of America needs to respect that. 

I believe that the government of the People’s Republic of China needs to reform their healthcare system and reforming the healthcare system is something that I support in the People’s Republic of China. While I do believe that the government of the People’s Republic of China has made significant achievements in helping to reform its healthcare, I believe that the government of the People’s Republic of China needs to prioritize community health care versus expensive healthcare services for individuals, such as expensive hospital treatment care. According to the World Bank, diseases such as cancer, and other non-communicable diseases have been a huge threat to the People’s Republic of China. I personally believe that environmental factors, such as air pollution, has been a major cause as to the rapid spread of cancer and non-communicable diseases. I believe that once the government of the People’s Republic of China has a primary goal as to prioritizing community health care, I believe that more individuals will be able to receive services and that more individuals will be able to afford medical services in which they are in need of.
  

Cuba

Cuba is officially the Republic of Cuba. The Republic of Cuba is a communist constitutional republic. The country head was Mr. Fidel Castro but is now under the authority of President Raul Castro. The Republic of Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean. The government of the Republic of Cuba composed of the executive branch, the legislative branch and the judicial branch. With regarding and pertaining to the issue in which involves the embargo by the United States against the Republic of Cuba, I strongly support the repeal of the embargo put in place by the United States against the Republic of Cuba. When looking at the procedural history of the embargo by the United States against the Republic of Cuba, it should be noted that the embargo was first places by the United States against the Republic of Cuba on March 14th, 1958, during the Fulgencio Batista regime. On October 19th, 1960 another embargo was places on the Republic of Cuba in which is believed to have excluded food and medicine. Then on February 7th, 1962 the embargo by the United States against the Republic of Cuba was extended to practically every import in which the Republic of Cuba would have received.

Again, I support the repeal of the embargo that the United States put in place against the Republic of Cuba, in which are the Trading with the Enemy Act of 1917, the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, the Cuban Assets Control Regulations of 1963, the Cuban Democracy Act of 1992, the Helms–Burton Act of 1996, and the Trade Sanctions Reform and Export Enhancement Act of 2000. I believe that the embargo that the United States has enacted against the Republic of Cuba are extremely unnecessary, violate international law and threaten the sovereignty of the Republic of Cuba. In fact, every year since 1992, the United Nations General Assembly has passed a resolution condemning the impact of the embargo that the United States put on the Republic of Cuba. The General Assembly of the United States has further stated that the embargo by the United States against the Republic of Cuba was a violation of the Charter of the United Nations and do violate international law.
  

Democratic People's Republic of Korea

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is the official name of a country that is known as North Korea.   
That country is supposed to be a sovereign country in which by law all citizens are required to vote. The United Nations, the European Union, Canada and the United States have imposed harsh sanctions against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea for their nuclear program and mostly their ballistic missile testing. While it is well known that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the United States are not allies, punishing one country due to them being isolated is not good diplomacy. I believe that allowing South Korea or even the United States to continue to engage in the joint war games and only punishing the Democratic People's Republic of Korea is not good. I believe that South Korea, the United States and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea need to peacefully coexist and that those countries should engage in peace talks equally and in a way that is fair and just. 
 
As far as the conflict in the Korean Peninsula is concerned, it appears as if the United Nations Security Council has repetitively discussed and has repetitively issued sanctions against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. It does not appear as if the United Nations Security Council has listened or understood the sides of all parties in which are involved in the conflict in the Korean Peninsula. It further appears as if the United Nations Security Council has overlooked the joint war games that are occurring along the border of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. It seems as if the United Nations Security Council seems to be making decisions based on the domestic politics or the domestic political influence of a country that is a member to the United Nations Security Council. The United Nations should not be a place where the international body makes decisions based on the domestic interests of countries but rather on the interest of Earth as a whole. Just like the formation of the United States, the United Nations is supposed to be united countries representing the interests of Earth as a whole.
 
As a goal of mine in the future, I hope that the United States, South Korea, Japan and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea will establish a healthy diplomatic relationship. To help with peace efforts between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, South Korea, Japan and the United States, I believe that the joint war games that occur along the border of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea need to end and I would like to see the United Nations, the United States, Canada and the European Union ease the sanctions that they have put in place against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. I believe that the joint war games that occur are provoking and are a waste of the money of the taxpayer. As far as peace between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the United States is concerned, I believe that if we can re-establish diplomatic relations with the Republic of Cuba, I believe that we should absolutely be able to do so with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.