3 What do you know?When was the Spanish-American War? Who was the opponent?When was the U.S. involved in WWI? Who was the main opponent?When was the U.S. involved in WWII? Who did the U.S. oppose?When did the Korean War occur? Who did the U.S. oppose?When was the Vietnam War? Who did the U.S. oppose?When did the U.S. invade Grenada?When did the U.S. invade Panama?When was Desert Storm?When did U.S. and coalition forces invade Afghanistan?When did U.S. and coalition forces invade Iraq?
4 What do you know?When was the Spanish-American War. Who was the opponent? 1898/SpainWhen was the U.S. involved in WWI? Who was the main opponent? /GermanyWhen was the U.S. involved in WWII? Who was the main opponents? /Germany, Japan, ItalyWhen did the Korean War occur? Who did the U.S. oppose? /North Korea and ChinaWhen was the Vietnam War? Who did the U.S. oppose? /North Vietnamese/Viet CongWhen did the U.S. invade Grenada? 1983When did the U.S. invade Panama? 1989When was Desert Storm? 1991When did U.S. and coalition forces invade Afghanistan and who was the opponent? 2001/TalibanWhen did U.S. and coalition forces invade Iraq? 2003
5 History of U.S. Foreign Affairs Foreign Affairs: The nation’s relationships with other nations.America’s foreign policy of isolationism-a refusal to become involved in the affairs of the rest of the world.
6 World War II changed view as the U. S World War II changed view as the U.S. became a world economic and military power
7 Conducting Foreign Policy Foreign policy: all of the stands and actions that a nation takes in every aspect of its relationships with other nations.
8 State Department The President’s right arm in foreign affairs. Secretary of State: Hillary Clinton.Advising, making, and conducting foreign policy.
9 State DepartmentForeign Service: representatives of the U.S. in other countries.Ambassadors: Official U.S. rep.PassportsDiplomatic immunity
10 Defense DepartmentThe military is under civilian control because the military could pose a threat to civilian control of the government.
11 Defense Department Joint Chiefs of Staff: Chief Military advisors Army Chief of StaffChief of Naval OperationsAir Force Chief of StaffCommandant Marine CorpsEach (except Marine Corps) headed by a secretary.Department of the ArmyDepartment of the NavyDepartment of the Air Force
12 Part II: Foreign and Defense Agencies CIA: intelligence gathering and analysis, espionage against potential enemiesINS: Deals with immigration issues and works with Office of Homeland Security.NASA: Space exploration, astronomy, weather forecastingSelective Service System: Establishes military obligations for all males between 18 ½ and 26 for the draft.
13 American Foreign Policy Overview III Monroe DoctrineBe a Good Neighbor but Carry a Big StickWWI and IsolationismWWIICold WarTruman DoctrineCuban Missile CrisisKorean WarVietnam
14 Foreign Aid and Defense Alliances NATOMiddle EastUN-Security Council