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Constitution

Constitution’s political stances on foreign policy issues

Foreign Policy issues

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

Constitution’s answer: No, we should eliminate any opportunity for terrorists to enter the countrySource

Should the government increase or decrease military spending? stats discuss

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

Should foreign terrorism suspects be given constitutional rights? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: NoSource

Should our country remain in NATO? stats discuss

Constitution’s answer: NoSource

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

Constitution’s answer: No, not until they attack us on U.S. soilSource

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

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

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

Constitution’s answer: No, and remove the U.N. headquarters from the U.S.Source

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

Constitution’s answer: NoSource

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, but only as a last resortSource

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

Constitution’s answer: No, we should stay out of this conflictSource

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

Constitution’s answer: DecreaseSource

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

Constitution’s answer: YesSource

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

Constitution’s answer: NoSource

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: NoSource

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

Constitution’s answer: NoSource

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

Constitution’s answer: NoSource

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 securitySource

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

Constitution’s answer: No, this would allow ISIS to control SyriaSource

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

Constitution voters: NoSource

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

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

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 usSource

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

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

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

Constitution’s answer: No, and we should withdraw from NATOSource

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

Constitution voters: YesSource

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

Constitution voters: NoSource

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