2 Foreign Policy Defined Relations with other nations that includes economic, security, and environmental issues.The President oversees foreign policyThe state department handles day to day operations
3 Isolationism to Internationalism For more than 150 years, domestic affairs were key, what was happening at home mattered most.Foreign affairs were of little or no concern.Isolationism, the refusal to become involved in the issues of the rest of the worldSince World War II-U.S. policy has focused on those who promoteisolationism staying out of others businessAggression with a goal of world peaceAfghanistan, IraqInternationalism-Positive economic relations with other countries
4 Foreign Policy From Independence Through World War I Monroe Doctrine (1823)Established U.S. as premier power in WestGood Neighbor policyLatin America 1930’s-Trade RelationshipOpen Door PolicyChina 1899-Trade relationship
5 Two New Principles Collective Security Collective security, involves a world community in which most nations would agree to act together against any nation that threatened the peace.DeterrenceDeterrence is the policy of making America and its allies so militarily strong that their very strength will deter—discourage, or even prevent—any attack.
6 The Defense Department This chart shows the chain of command of the American military services.
7 The CIA and the INS The CIA The INS Responsible for collecting, analyzing, and reporting information for the President and the NSC.The INSEnforces immigration laws and requirements and administers benefits to immigrants.
8 Foreign AidForeign aid—economic and military aid to other countries—has been a basic feature of American foreign policy for more than 50 years.Red Cross is an example of an international humanitarian organization which helps provide relief to foreign countries in need.
9 AlliancesNATOThe North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was formed to promote the collective defense of Western Europe.A regional Security AllianceG8Leaders of industrialized nationsDiscusses current issuesFrance, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United StatesNAFTANorth American Free Trade AgreementMutual Trade Agreement between US, Canada and MexicoKyoto TreatySigned in 1997Aimed at fighting global warmingUS is not a member, 187 other countries are
10 The United Nations Formed in 1945 Stop war and provide a platform for dialogue between nations192 member nationsHeadquartered in New York CityTHE US’s Role-Promote Peace around the WorldImprove living conditionsSupport Human Rights of all people