By Jason Robbins
International diplomacy is an ideology that emphasizes a focus on improving relations with foreign countries. Left-wingers also believe that international diplomacy is a good thing on top of this they believe that our government shouldn't increase military spending, however, right-wingers saying that you should focus on increasing military spending over international diplomacy so which is the most logical way to go? Well like many things in politics it's not as simple as people believe. The idea of increasing international diplomacy and not worrying about military spending could result in us being invaded by a country or group of countries that don't like us. If you think that's unlikely polls show that the United States is one of the most hated countries in the world. However, let's look at the right-wingers' perspective. The idea of increasing military spending and not worrying about international diplomacy could also have a bad outcome. If we stop worrying about international diplomacy then other countries might try to get rid of us. Essentially both having a strong military and increasing international diplomacy are very important. So the question that we should be asking is how do we preserve international diplomacy and also increase military spending. Joe Biden unlike other left-wingers supports an increase to $753 billion in military spending, which is a 1.6% increase from the FY2021 budget. The only downside is this may not be enough money to compensate for what we lost in Afghanistan. What do you think? Leave your opinion on the comment page.
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