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U.S Foreign Policy
Transcript of U.S Foreign Policy
Hannah Joseph & Nick Shaver
U.S Foreign Policy Goals
The officially stated goals of the foreign policy of the United States, as mentioned in the Foreign Policy Agenda of the U.S. Department of State, are "to build and sustain a more democratic, secure, and prosperous world for the benefit of the American people and the international community"
How the U.S Foreign Policy is Carried Out
The making and carrying out of America’s foreign policy involves the president, all three branches of government, and a complex variety of governmental institutions and agencies
Diplomacy: The Art of Conducting Negotiations
Summits: Meetings of Heads of States
Treaties: Agreements to Solve Problems Peacefully
Trade Relations: Managing Cross-Boarder Commerce
Foreign Aid: Assisting Les Wealthy Countries
Cultural Exchange: People-to-People Exchange
Powers to the President and Congress
The President and the executive branch can make foreign policy through:
1) -- responses to foreign events
2) -- proposals for legislation
3) -- negotiation of international agreements
4) -- policy statements
5) -- policy implementation
6) -- independent action
Protecting the Nation's Security
Preserving World Peace
Promoting economic Prosperity
Pursuing Humanitarian Ideals
Congress can make foreign policy through:
1) -- resolutions and policy statements
2) -- legislative directives
3) -- legislative pressure
4) -- legislative restrictions/funding denials
5) -- informal advice
6) -- congressional oversight.
Current U.S Involvement in Foreign Policy
Discussion of Obama's nuclear deal with Iran