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Foreign Policy

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Alex Newman

on 20 January 2014

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Transcript of Foreign Policy

Analyzing Views of Foreign Policy
Foreign Policy
By Alex Newman, Jesse Bair, Kristin Burns and Jon Susco
Cold War Foreign Policy
Analysis of Foreign Policy
Ideal Foreign Policy

Foreign policy: How countries around the world deal with certain issues between each other.

These consist of military, economic, political, and social issues. A nation can take advantage of foreign policies strategically to achieve goals. Also, with foreign policy, nations can deal with these issues peacefully. Foreign policy is relevant any day of the week and could change how people live in one country because of the foreign policy of another country.


General approaches aspects to foreign Policy.
Definition Of Foreign Policy
There are four main aspects to Foreign Policy:
-Diplomacy - War -Economic Sanctions
-Intergovernmental Sanctions
-Conservative : A conservative presumably believes in sincere American values and a powerful National Defense. They are also very much for foreign interactions , even though at some points it has caused problems

*Strategy Appeasement : The state of being appeased; the policy in giving into demands in order to preserve peace.
*Strategy Rollback : A turning back or retreat from , as from a previously held position or policy.
President Eisenhower :
President Truman:
President Johnson:
-Liberal : Liberal's are sole believers in egalitarianism when it comes to the government . Another one of their notion's is their theory is that the government should "confirm" per-say that the "people's"needs are fulfilled.They also believe that the government is responsible for solving and putting civil "disturbances" to rest.
Our 34th President felt strongly about containment making it a bipartisan doctrine. He used the strategy in 1956, during the Hungarian Uprising, when he decided not to intervene.
This president was the first to embrace containment. He put it to the test when he funded Greece and Turkish governments to rebuild after WWII so that communism didn't take advantage of their vulnerable state.
Known for adhering closely to containment, during the Vietnam War he rejected proposals to advance into the county of Laos and cut communist supplies.
*Bipartisan Doctrine: A doctrine in which two major political parties agreed about in all or most aspects.
The foreign policy of the United States is the way that we can interact with foreign nations to reach certain objectives.
The Foreign policy roles are divided between the United States President and Congress. The Executive and Legislative branches do not usually protrude each other; but if there is a complication they can make changes to the Foreign Policy.
The President/executive branch can develop a foreign policy to responses to foreign events,policy statements, ideas from legislation, and also from personal action.

Whereas congress can develop a foreign policy to restrictions and funding denials, policy statements, and congress oversight.
**President also establishes U.S. foreign policy through unilateral statements . (of an action or decision)
Example: Massive retaliation was am aspect of President Eisenhower's foreign policy called for reliance on fewer soldiers but large numbers of nuclear weapons
Dove : Dove's are very peaceful when it come to their opinion on Foreign Policy . Ironically , a dove is a symbol of universal peace. They are very much unlike their opposite "Hawk's" , who believe in having overpowering military power. Dove's will try to find alternate ways of solving conflicts , in order to avoid a harsher option such as intergovernmental intimidation.
There was a turtle by the name of Bert And Bert the Turtle was very alert When danger threatened him he never got hurt He knew just what to do ..... DUCK and COVER

The primary strategy of the Cold War Foreign Policy was containment, which was between the strategy appeasement* and the strategy rollback*, in order to oppose the spread of communism.


-LIbertairan: Libertarian's are similar to "Dove's" when it comes to Foreign Policy ; as they too are very much for non-military intervention. Libertarian's wish to create and maintain positie relationships with other countries , and chose to avoid the negative ones.
Foreign Policy
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