Drawing on Foreign Policy


I drew this while thinking about the third and final debate tonight, this time on Foreign Policy. It seems to me some Americans really don’t want to know much about the rest of the world. It’s always about us, isn’t it?  I have hope, though, that with the right president, this will continue to change….

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About Liza Donnelly

New Book: Women On Men, http://www.narrativemagazine.com/store/book/women-men New Yorker and Forbes cartoonist and writer, TED speaker
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One Response to Drawing on Foreign Policy

  1. Steve Perry says:

    Its only natural that we would think more about our country. First of all this is our election, second we are in hard times and we should worry about domestic issued much more.

    I take a different viewpoint. I think as Americans we function better when we worry about our own problems and ignore the problems of other countries.

    Not saying we should be in isolation. We need free trade and capitalism ( Capitalism and trade has fostered more world peace then our government or any other government for that matter). When we try to be involved in the problems of other countries we get vietnam, Iraq etc…..

    We can not spread democracy on countries that are not ready, and we can not give financial aid to countries that have dictatorships, because these dictatorships will not spend the money on their people.

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