Foreign Affairs. Humility and restraint.
The American Third Position does not believe that the United States of America has a moral obligation to spread American values the world over. In fact, we believe that we ought to concern ourselves more with the maintenance of democracy within our own borders – especially as it is under attack – and less with the propagation of it on foreign soil.
We refuse to be strong-armed by the international community to serve the interests of others. We are a sovereign nation, and we will act as such. The blood of our people is the most valuable resource of the country, and the lives of our children must not be risked over foreign disputes that have no bearing on the welfare of our people.