‘Trump went on at great length about how America respects the sovereignty of every country and the people’s will of every country, and how the US, despite its overwhelming military power, never tries to impose its will on any country።
What was the administration thinking, or can it think? What about Yugoslavia/Serbia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Egypt, Syria, Yemen, Pakistan, Crimea, Ukraine, Venezuela, Honduras, Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina, just to mention countries in the 21st century that have been subjected to US military attacks, government overthrows, and removals of political leaders who did not conform to US interests?
Is it respect for the sovereignty of countries to force them to support US sanctions against Iran, Russia, China, North Korea, Venezuela? Is it respect for the sovereignty of countries to impose sanctions on the countries? If this is not imposing Washington’s will on other countries, what is?
ልዑላውነት ሃገራት ዘኽብር መንግስቲድኣ፣ ነተን ዘስግኣኒ ሃገራት፣ከብ ብዓል ሩስያ፣ ቻይና፣ ሰሜን ኮርያ፣ ቬኑንዜላን እገዳ ንኽገብረለን፣ ሃየ ሓግዙኒ፣ እንተዘይተሓባበርኩምኒ ወይ ምሳይ ኣድማ እንተዘይገርኩም ግና ክወቕዓኩም እየዶ ይብልዩ?
Is it respect for other countries to inform them that unless they do as they are told, “we will bomb you into the stone age”?’
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