Video: Prager U explores whether U.S. should be world’s policeman

It’s Memorial Day, a day for reflection. As we remember the past, and those who gave their all so that we Americans could live free, it is also imperative that we look toward the future, at our foreign policy and the role our military plays on the world stage.

This five-minute video explores whether America should be the world’s policeman and whether, for that matter, the world even needs a policeman. Would humanity be better off if America weren’t the dominant military superpower? Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and foreign affairs expert Bret Stephens weighs in.

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