Top 10 Countries That Dislike the United States the Most

Yemen:Yemen is currently embroiled in a brutal civil war with Houthi rebels sponsored by Iran and a weak central government that is supported by Saudi Arabia, an American ally. 

Venezuela:Venezuela was once one of the most prosperous countries in Latin America, with an economy based on the oil industry. 

 Syria:The United States’ support of Israel contributed to some of the Arab states aligning themselves during the Cold War with the Soviet Union. 

Russia:Russia is the largest piece of the Soviet Union, which became divided into 15 separate countries with the collapse of communism in 1991. 

North Korea:After an unsuccessful attempt to conquer South Korea, the communist North Korean government has developed into a reclusive, cult-like regime dominated by the Kim family. 

Iran:Iran was a U.S. ally until an Islamic revolution in 1979. The revolutionaries took American embassy personnel hostage for 444 days. 

Cuba:Located just 90 miles south of Florida, Cuba has been a U.S. rival since its 1959 communist revolution and alignment with the Soviet Union. 

China:China, the world’s second-most populous country, is rapidly developing into the most serious economic and military rival of the United States. 

Belarus:Aleksander Lukashenko, the dictator of Belarus, has allied with Russia in what many observers believe to be a slow-moving annexation of Belarus. 

Afghanistan:The longest war in United States history was its invasion of Afghanistan in retaliation for its sheltering of Osama Bin Laden, the instigator of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. 

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