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Here are all the countries that have permanent U.S. military bases or a military presence. Then there's a map that shows how many countries in the world have a presence of U.S. soldiers. Even Russia and China have some U.S. soldiers in their countries.
The only countries without U.S. bases or soldiers are: Belarus, Bhutan, North Korea, Iran, and a few tiny weak countries. Iraq isn't highlighted but it should be because everyone knows Iraq is still heavily influenced by America and defended by America even though they recalled most soldiers.
Please check out this story (not being reported in the U.S. mainstream media):
"CHINA TO TAKE OVER STRATEGIC U.S. MILITARY BASE IN DJIBOUTI" (By Press TV-IRAN)
Based on what is happening in the world I would say the United States is doing everything it can to sabotage and encircle Russia in the attempt of inducing a pro-Western government in Russia (turning it into a Vassal State). They are also trying to encircle China with the Trans-Pacific Trade Agreement. I don't think that things will end well for the United States (or the European Union and Japan that go along with America on everything since both the EU (most of its member nations) and Japan are American Vassal States).
There are that many bases in Germany & Italy? What the f**k for? These f***ing things have to maintained & that comes from the people here. It's not like you really want it to be easier for America to go on a campaign, since it winds up being an evercise in self-destruction with as much collateral damage as possible. There's also the dictatorial politics (they don't just do regular deals, they also want to say how the people they do these deals with do things (that's part of why African countries seem to be doing more & more business with China instead). Now THESE things have to be maintained. "Oh, bullshit methods didn't work? Well, why not just add to the problem in order to make it smaller? What do you mean "Because that doesn't work"?! Well, f**k you- you're against freedom & probably involved in terrorism!"