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American foreign policy Goals of foreign policy Tools of foreign policy The executive branch Role of private groups
Goals of foreign policy National security Stop terrorism World peace Trade Human rights and democracy
Tools of foreign policy Defense Alliances Diplomacy Foreign aid Trade measures intelligence
The executive branch The president shapes foreign policy
Role of private groups Business groups Labor groups Political groups Individual citizens
Isolationism A foreign policy that seeks to limit our relations with other countries as much as possible
Neutrality A policy of not taking sides in wars between other countries
Containment A policy of using military power and money to prevent the spread of communism
Détente A loosening of tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union
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Truman doctrine and Marshall plan. Truman doctrine The Truman Doctrine was an international relations policy set forth by the U.S. President Harry Truman.
The Cold War State of tension and hostility between the United States and the Soviet Union because of differences in political and economic philosophies.
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The Monroe Doctrine declared that the United States would 1.prevent the establishment of new European colonies anywhere in the world 2.help colonies in.
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