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these words Trump confirmed what we have known for a long time about U.S. foreign policy: The United States has a dark history of involvement in many countries' politics, often economically or through direct murder or participation in the elimination of foreign leaders, including leaders of the U.S.Robert Kennedy was murdered on June 6, 1968, still without total certainty (as in the case of his brother John F. Kennedy) about who was really his killer.William Blum, an American historian and sharp critic of U.S. foreign policy, denounced in his books and numerous articles U.S. intervention in other countries. In the book "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man," American author and consultant John Perkins details the techniques used by both the United States government and international banks and corporations to subdue countries through forced indebtedness and very high rates of interest on loans they impose on them, many of which enrich not only the lenders but the corrupt local elites.For many decades, the U.S. has been intervening in other countries (mainly developing ones) through a variety of mechanisms that have led to their destabilization, the fall of democratic governments and the encouragement of corruption.
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