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Bill Moore
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Default Non U.S. views on U.S. foreign policy

Starting this thread off with an interview of the Philippine's President Duterte last May. It's on RT, which of course is as bias as CNN, but his responses to the questions regarding his views on U.S. policy are consistent with other interviews and comments he has made.

He isn't the only foreign leader growing tired of excessive U.S. meddling in their internal affairs. While I don't agree with many of Dutarte's decisions, it is past time for us to start listening as much as we preach. Failure to do so will result in decreased influence over time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYZsT3CvXdo
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