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Constitution’s political stances on foreign policy issues

Foreign Policy issues

Should the government increase or decrease military spending? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: Increase, but only after our deficit is drastically reduced Source

Should the U.S. accept refugees from Syria? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No, and send all refugees back to Syria Source

Should foreign terrorism suspects be given constitutional rights? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No, they should be tried in military tribunals but not subject to torture Source

Should our country remain in NATO? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No Source

Should the U.S. continue to support Israel? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No, we should not give aid to any foreign nations Source

Should the U.S. remain in the United Nations? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No Source

Should the government increase or decrease foreign aid spending? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: Decrease, and we should not give foreign aid to any countries Source

Should the government attempt to influence foreign elections? stats discuss

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Should the U.S. formally declare war on ISIS? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No, we should stay out of Middle Eastern conflicts Source

Should every 18 year old citizen be required to provide at least one year of military service? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No Source

Should the military be allowed to use enhanced interrogation techniques, such as waterboarding, to gain information from suspected terrorists? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: Yes, allow the use of psychological but not physical tactics Source

Should the military fly drones over foreign countries to gain intelligence and kill suspected terrorists? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: Yes, the U.S. needs to use all means necessary to combat terrorism Source

Should the government send in ground troops to fight ISIS? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No, conduct targeted airstrikes instead Source

Should the government conduct military strikes against North Korea in order to destroy their long-range missile and nuclear weapons capabilities? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No, we must use every diplomatic option first Source

Should it be illegal to join a boycott of Israel? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No Source

Do you support the military offensive against ISIS in the Iraqi city of Mosul? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No Source

Do you support President Obama’s move to lift the trade and travel embargo on Cuba? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No Source

Should the government provide military aid to Saudi Arabia during its conflict with Yemen? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No, we should stay out of conflicts that are not an immediate threat to our security Source

Should the U.S. overthrow President Assad of Syria? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No Source

Should the government provide assistance to protesters in Iran? stats discuss

Constitution voters: No Source

Should the U.S. prevent Russia from conducting airstrikes in Syria? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No, we should let the Russians take out ISIS Source

Should the U.S. continue NSA surveillance of its allies? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No, spying on our allies severely damages our reputation abroad Source

Should the U.S. provide military assistance to defend Ukraine from Russia? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No, we should stay out of conflicts that do not directly threaten us Source

Should our country defend other NATO countries that maintain low military defense budgets relative to their GDP? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: No Source

Should Jerusalem be recognized as the capital of Israel? stats discuss

Constitution voters: Yes Source

Should the government cancel production of the F-35 fighter? stats discuss

Constitution voters: No Source

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