2 Domestic v. foreignFOREIGN POLICY IS THE NATIONS PLAN FOR DEALING WITH OTHER NATIONS.DOMESTIC POLICY IS THE NATIONS PLANS FOR DEALING WITH ISSUES WITH IN ITS OWN NATION.VS
3 GOAL OF FOREIGN POLICY GOALS OF FOREIGN POLICY: THE MAIN GOAL OF FOREIGN POLICY IS NATIONAL SECURITYBUILD TRADEPROMOTE WORLD PEACEADVANCE DEMOCRACY
4 FOREIGN POLICY TEAMTHE CONSTITUTION DIVIDES FOREIGN POLICY POWERS BETWEEN THE PRESIDENT AND CONGRESSOTHER TEAM MEMBERS INCLUDENATIONAL SECURITY ADVISORTHE STATE DEPARTMENTDEPARTMENT OF DEFENSENATIONAL SECURITY COUNCILOFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCECENTRAL INTELLIGENCE ACENCY (CIA)
5 TOOLS OF FOREIGN POLICY TREATIESA FORMAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN TWO COUNTRIESLIKE LAWS THEY MUST BE FOLLOWEDPRESIDENT NEGOTIATES AND SIGNS TREATIES, 2/3 OF SENATE MUST APPROVEEXAMPLE: North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT)EXECUTIVE AGREEMENTSAN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE PRESIDENT AND THELEADER OF ANOTHER COUNTRYLESS FORMAL AND NO SENATE APPROVALDEAL WITH ISSUES LIKE TRADING
6 TOOLS OF FOREIGN POLICY APPOINTING AMBASSADORSPRESIDENT APPOINTS 150 AND MUST BE APPROVED BY THE SENATEREPRESENT OUR NATION IN OTHER COUNTRIESFOREIGN AIDHELP OTHER COUNTRIES, MAINLY FROM U.S. STATE DEPARTMENTUSUALLY MONEY BUT CAN BE MILITARY OR ADVICETHE GOAL IS TO CREATE FRIENDSHIPS OR TRADING PARTNERS
7 TOOLS OF FOREIGN POLICY INTERNATIONAL TRADEPRESIDENT HAS THE POWER TO MAKE ECONOMIC AGREEMENTSTRADE SANCTIONSEMBARGOSTARRIFSAPPROVES/DENY MEMBERSHIP TO INTERNATIONAL TRADE ORGANIZATIONSEXAMPLES: NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE ORGANIZATION (NAFTA)WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION (WTO)
8 MILITARY FORCEONLY CONGRESS CAN DECLARE WARCONGRESS CAN STOP THE PRESIDENT FROM USING THE ARMED FORCESCONGRESS CAN SPEND OR STOP MONEY FOR DEFENSEPRESIDENT IS THE COMMANDER IN CHIEFPRESIDENT CAN SEND TROOPS
9 UNITED NATIONSDuring the peace conference after World War I, President Woodrow Wilson urged the creation of an international organization to promote world peace.The League of Nations was formed in 1919.The league was unsuccessful and in 1941 President Franklin Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Great Britain called for the creation of a new organization.The United Nations charter was signed by 51 nations.The United States has not always agreed with acts of the United Nations however, the U.S. does see it as a viable tool in its international peace keeping strategy.