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"Beware the Return to U.S. Global Leadership"


by Diana Ohlbaum

As a new administration takes office, progressives should demand a more ethical and equitable approach to global leadership. 

 

The new brand of leadership would include responsible global citizenship, by contributing funds commensurate to our economic and military size and by reducing our negative impacts on the global commons.  It would include setting an example of democracy, rights and justice at home that others may choose to follow and improve upon, and halting our economic, military, and intelligence support for human rights violations abroad. 

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