This feature-length documentary debates the implications and consequences of US military involvement in the world today.
From an isolationist nation at the end of World War One, the US today has bases in over ninety countries. No other nation has been able to project military power as the US does today. But is such an involvement sustainable? Despite its might, the US is shrinking in terms of population and economic power in relation to the rest of the world.
So, what would happen should the United States leave the international scene, and become again a "normal nation", a republic, and not an empire?
To find an answer to this question, director and producer Mitch Anderson embarked on an investigative trip on four continents. The film is an in-depth investigation of how US foreign policy affects the lives of millions of people around the world.
Future scenarios in the absence of the US intervention are well debated and substantiated by experts and ordinary citizens whose lives have been affected by the American presence in different regions.
The film's main expert is Niall Ferguson PHD. Niall is very well reputed in the documentary world, he has co-authored many docs at BBC and Chanel4 in the UK and he's the author of several volumes on world history. He contributes on regular basis on a number of Current Events magazines in the US and Europe.
The film is conclusive, politically charged and opinionated, making for good drama while staying true to the facts and journalistic integrity.
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