It’s no secret that many people feel like the US is the “world’s only superpower” and a country that can “do whatever the hell it wants”.

We’ve seen that sentiment in countless US presidential elections and the country’s role in world affairs has been widely celebrated and appreciated.

But for many people, the US has a history of being one of the most racist countries in the world.

The US has been a bastion of anti-black racism since the early 1900s, and many in the US have argued that the country should never have been founded in the first place.

 Many people also have concerns about the US’s role as a “soft power” in the region, and a key factor in that is its military.

A new study published by the Atlantic magazine and US think tank the Brookings Institution found that the US spent about $2.4 trillion on the military over the past decade.

The military, according to the Brookings report, “gave US policymakers an unprecedented political tool in their quest to achieve global dominance.”

In the years since the end of the Cold War, the country has been steadily expanding its military presence in the Middle East and the Asia Pacific region, while maintaining its “soft” policy towards the rest of the world, especially in Asia.

Although the US spends billions on its military each year, its “surplus” military has become a major problem for the rest a country.

This is due to the fact that the military has proven to be a highly ineffective tool for US foreign policy.

“If you look at the world around you, there are so many countries that have a huge military capability, they are not really going to be able to defend themselves,” said Daniel J. Heilbrunn, a senior fellow at the Brookings think tank.

“The United States doesn’t have that problem.”

The Brookings report found that in the last decade, the United States has increased its military spending by nearly 30% and spent about 1.8 trillion dollars on defense.

While this is a significant amount, many believe the US military is not really worth the cost.

According to the National Defense Authorization Act, the U.S. spends more on its national defense than any other country in the global military alliance.

In fact, in the most recent five-year projection, the cost of the U,S.

national defense increased by over 1.3 trillion dollars.

The problem is that the U is not a “hard power” and the US can be perceived as a hard power by the rest.

It’s no coincidence that the United Nations has been called the “American Empire” by many Americans, and the United Nation’s World Economic Forum (WEF) ranked the US among the most powerful countries in 2016.

But for many in America, the WEF rankings have become more relevant as the country continues to expand its military footprint in the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle Eastern and Africa.

As the Brookings study noted, the military budget for the United Kingdom is estimated to be around $2 trillion.

This means that Britain spends around $1.4 billion a year on its armed forces.

While that’s not a big amount, it’s still a huge sum for a country with a population of just over 1 billion people.

However, this does not include the costs associated with the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, which cost the UK billions of dollars in lost revenue and a whole lot of people lost their lives.

With the country struggling to maintain its status as a military power, many people have questioned the role of the United State in the military-industrial complex, and its ability to provide for its own needs.

On the surface, it seems like the United Sates military is an unnecessary burden for a nation that has been one of our most prosperous nations in the 20th century.

However, the Brookings analysis found that there is a much more complex picture behind the UnitedS’s military budget.

First, the research showed that the costs of maintaining the US national defense are not simply due to its massive size and population.

Second, the study found that much of the burden of maintaining US military presence comes from the fact it has been unable to do much to improve the countrys economic prospects.

Lastly, the American people have a vested interest in maintaining the military and its dominance in the area of foreign policy, which has been an increasingly important factor in shaping the country for decades.

Since World War II, the defense industry has become one of Americas top industries.

Over the past few decades, the Pentagon has seen its share of the nations military budget decline from almost 30% in the early 1970s to around 10% today.

But while the US government has been able to maintain a high level of military spending, the rest has become increasingly costly as the economy has stagnated and joblessness has skyrocketed.

And despite the fact the US continues to grow its military,