Disaster Management

The United States is widely perceived as the world leader, bearing responsibility for the world by taking a dominant role in providing humanitarian, economic and military aid to other countries. Some of the goals for such aid are to strengthen economies; promote peace, democracy and human rights; reduce famine; and halt nuclear proliferation. Critics suggest that the United States should not be the world抯 policeman.  It has also been suggested that the United States?extensive involvement in other countries, particularly through military intervention, is one cause of the current terrorist threat against the U.S.  This theory is known as 揵lowback.?nbsp; Supporters say that the U.S. should continue its aid and intervention with other countries for several reasons such as deterring terrorism, containing rogue states, ensuring the free flow of oil, and advancing human rights.

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