Fish: it's a silly and tired strawman this argument that the US isn't "benevolent." They don't have to be benevolent to be a force for good (though, in large part, they actually are), they only need to pursue their self-interests to benefit the world, as the self-interests of a hegemonic power (peace, stability, prosperity, trade, containment of threats to the status quo) usually coincide with the interests of the world in general. There are exceptions, but I did say generally.
another fact: that would cause WW3, so then all the people with nice fresh water will promptly die.
No. Most people don't have the first clue how complex international
relations are. Nor do many of them understand how ridiculously silly they sound as they perpetuate inaccurate stereotypes that have been
fed to them by their anti-American media.
I hate how America doesn't give enough foreign aid!!
zzzzzzzzz it gets old
Didnt expect uae, and also had some trouble coming up with south korea, the others I found eas(il)y enough. Actually, it is all western europe, plus the usa, canada, and australia. And Uae, turkey and southkorea.
But yea it is not surface area that matters most, amount of inhabitants play a bigger role, and we sure have cramped a lot of people in the small space we have haha.