The corrupt and weak government threaten global stability and US interests
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The U.S. state Department considers China, Russia, Iran and North Korea “morally reprehensible” countries, where every day human rights are violated.
This was stated by the acting Secretary of the USA John Sullivan.
“The governments of China, Russia, Iran and North Korea, for example, daily violate human rights within its borders, and in this respect are the forces of instability,” he said.
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According to the representative of the state Department, the national security strategy of the United States stated that the corrupt and weak government threaten global stability and US interests.
“Some governments are unable to maintain safety and meet the basic needs of their citizens, while others simply don’t want this,” he added.