Isolationism

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Isolationism is a category of foreign policies by political leader who believe their nations' best interests are done by keeping the affairs of other countries at a distance.[1] A reason for this can be to avoid conflict. Some criticize this idea as it can stop helping other nations from trouble.[2]

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  1. Thomas S. Vontz, "Isolationism." World Book Multimedia Encyclopedia (2013).
  2. Schwartz, Benjamin (Fall 1996). "Review: The Tragedy of American Isolationism". World Policy Journal. 13 (3): 107. JSTOR 40209494. Retrieved December 6, 2020.