Throughout the emergence of political and social

Throughout recent history, the best approach to world stability is advancing the United States’ diplomatic interests to maintain peace. Having United States diplomatic involvement around the world helps other countries benefit economically and have stability in the region.
After World War II, the United States and European countries set a goal for their economies to grow. The United States understood that they had an opportunity to help Western Europe to recover and stand on its own. Secretary of State George C. Marshall said on June 5, 1947: “Our policy is directed not against any country or doctrine but against hunger, poverty, desperation, and chaos. Its purpose should be the revival of a working economy in the world so as to permit the emergence of political and social conditions in which free institutions can exist. ” (Christy) This benefited the United States’ economic interests by investing $182 billion in economic foreign assistance to Europe in 1945 amounts to far less than the $250 billion in goods today. This led to the relationship between the United States and the European Union to be one of most advanced in the world. It has benefited both regions by having one of the most technological advancements infrastructures. Not only did European countries benefit from the United States’ involvement, but also Japan and other Asian countries. After the United States went to war with Japan, Japan’s government needed foreign assistance and other equipment to aid and rebuild their country. The United States took the opportunity to invest $2.2 billion in Japan’s reconstruction effort. As a result, Japan is now one of the United States’ greatest allies and biggest trade partners (Christy).
     Another significant diplomatic presence of the United States was establishing freedom and democracy in South Korea.The Korean war happened in 1950-1953 when Northern Koreans invaded the south (Search-proquest-com.db11.linccweb.org, 2017). The United States became involved in South Korean’s domestic affairs to prevent communism from spreading (Jin Kim). After the war ended, the United States set a government where elections and liberal constitutions have been adopted (Jin Kim).This has made South Korea’s economy one of the most highly developed in East Asia. This unity between these two countries has given the United States a strong presence in the region (Jin Kim). It prevents North Korea from invading South Korea and Japan. The United States has 28,500 American soldiers stationed in South Korea. As you can see, this benefited the United States and our allies. It prevents any attacks and also helps to protect freedom and democracy.
    Although the United States’ diplomatic approach has benefitted many countries, it has also hurt economies and democracies. For example, when the United States government got involved in Iraq, Iraq’s economy suffered (McKelvey). President Woodrow Wilson envisioned a liberal post World War I political system that would include self-determination for Iraqis (Hahn). This portrays that the United States’s interests does not always benefit other nations.  During the 1940s and 1950s, U.S. officials sought to stabilize Iraq. They helped to negotiate a withdrawal of Iraqi military forces from Palestine (Hahn). Decades later George H.W. Bush’s administration reacted to tensions in the region. President George H.W. Bush viewed Iraq as an important counterpoise against Iranian expansionism. He offered political friendship and economic incentives for Hussein (Hahn). On March 17, 2002, Bush’s Administration issued to Hussein to leave Iraq or face the American military (Hahn).