Which is one advantage of the United States maintaining good relations

Which is one advantage of the United States maintaining good relations with other countries? increased security and safety increased focus on domestic affairs increased power in the State Department increased involvement in foreign wars

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Increased SECURITY and safety .

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Increased Power and Safety 

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