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Majoritarian Politics: International navy patrol in seas around Somalia
Ships around the coast of Africa have been subjected to the evil whims of Somalian pirates. The level of ship traffic is extremely high in this area and pirates take advantage of unsuspecting ship owners.

Pays: Every major powerhouse nations that have sizable naval forces contribute militarily.

Benefits: Every nation transports goods through the waters off Somalia, in turn improving the security in those waters benefits everyone.
Republicans: Republicans would be in support of the military. They would want to work together with other nations in order to keep the Somali waters safer and approve of intervention.
Democrats: Democrats would support military cooperation among nations, but would less support full scale intervention.

Interest Groups Politics: American Israeli Public Affairs Committee
The Jewish lobbyist have lots of influence on American politics through military and security of their interests in Israel.
Pays: Through the many donations the Jewish-American community pays for this policy.
Benefits: The Israeli Population and the Jewish-American community benefit through the security of Israel.
Republicans: Republicans would be highly supportive of strong ties with Israel.
Democrats: Republicans would be highly supportive of strong ties with Israel.

Client Politics: Conflict in Libya
The conflict in Libya is fueled by the Americans commitment to democracy and human rights. In order to pursue these endeavors money is needed to increase defense spending and military pursuits.
Pays: Everyone pays taxes and a portion of that amount go to defense spending, which in turns affects the conflict in Libya.
Benefits: The Libyan citizens benefit highly. They have a smaller population compared to the American Population paying for their support and safety.
Republicans: Republicans would want to confront global terrorism, be proactive towards the rising insurgents in Libya.
Democrats: Democrats would be more Cautious position, they would seeks to utilize the United Nations to reach a solution through diplomacy.

Entrepreneurial Politics: United States ratifies the Basel Convention which prevents companies from dumping toxic waste over seas.
The Basel Convention pursues the protection of first world countries interest to promote environmental safety. At the expense of major industrial corporations the protection of people all around the world is advocated for.
Pays: Industrial corporations have to pay more to find clean, safe methods to dispose of their waste.
Benefits: People all around the world that are no longer exposed to toxic chemicals.
Republicans: Conservatives are opposed to the ratification because it will cause large corporations to spend significantly larger amounts of money to dispose of waste safely.
Democrats: Liberals are supportive of ratification of the Basel Convention and stricter environmental regulation.