The Role of the U.S. in the Emerging Global Community
In the United States, our government and military has come to the aid of many countries and continents in order to prevent growing negative political venues in the past; in addition, the U.S. has helped out countries in order to benefit itself.
Presently, the country has reverted to outsourcing jobs, which has decreased America's global economy by at least 20%, with this present trend expected to continue as many other countries become more industrialized.
The United States, since the Cold War has become less involved in growth, and more involved in diversity and the outsourcing of jobs. America has gone from one of the greatest economic countries in the world, to a country that now relies on others to produce goods and services to the American public.
However, the United States will continue to be a model for other countries as to what to transcend into. Some believe that the United States serves as a big brother to the world and will continue to aid countries in order to make allies, as well as to create a more democratic world.