Washingtons farwell address the part he talked about foreign relations and the dangers of permanent alliances between the United States and foreign nations. Washington goes on to urge the American people to take advantage of their isolated position in the world. And to avoid attachments and entanglements in foreign affairs, which he argues that they have little or nothing to do with the interests of America, and Washington argues that the country should avoid permanent alliances with all foreign nations, but temporary alliances with foreign nations only in times of extreme danger may be necessary. And his foreign policy on advocating fair free trade with all nations and the role of government should be limited to insuring that stable fair trade policy to defend the rights of American merchants are in place. We need stronger fair trade policy now. Thanks KJF.