View Poll Results: Would you like to see more, or less, US leadership on the world stage?

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  • I support unapologetic Sintashta-on-chariots like US interventionism worldwide

    0 0%
  • A clear and assertive US leadership as a global hegemon is good for the world and I support it

    2 8.00%
  • I prefer the US leadership as a broker of compromise between nations, taking into consideration their interests

    2 8.00%
  • I would prefer only a limited role of the US and NATO, limited to collective defense rather than interventionism

    8 32.00%
  • I would prefer the rise of multipolar world with different spheres of influences held by major nations and balance of power competition

    7 28.00%
  • I would prefer complete withdrawal of the US into isolationism

    6 24.00%
  • Undecided/Unsure/Need more time to decide

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    I would prefer only a limited role of the US and NATO, limited to collective defense rather than interventionism
    And with NATO I mean (mainly) Western Europe, but I would like to see this NATO reformed to a "Global NATO" which encompasses America's allies in other areas as well (mainly Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Singapore but, perhaps, also Colombia and India).


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    I support the US scaling back its military presence and investing in education and infrastructure. The US isn't number 1 in anything except for military bases and exporting shitty pop culture worldwide. We should model ourselves on the Canadians, tbh. We should still have an effective and powerful military presence, but what we have currently is overkill.

    I chose the limited NATO option because I'm not entirely certain about the implications of a multipolar world, but ideally, Turkey should be ejected from NATO as a terrorist-sponsoring, backwards state.


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    American international politics are better than many people think, but always end up going through "evil". In my opinion U.S should decrease its participation.


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