How is us foreign policy made?
Foreign policy is all the strategies and goals that guide anation's dealings with other countries.
The President directs, and the day to day operations of policy are in the hands of the Secretary of State.
The US foreign policy is aimed at promoting cordial relations withother countries. It is also meant to ensure that security ismaintained both inside and outside the US.
The Bay of Pigs invasion caused President Kennedy to come across asinexperienced and didn't show the country in a strong light. Theattempt at the overthrow of Fidel Castro cam…e across as half-bakedand incompetent, and directed caused the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The Monroe Doctrine set the tone for American foreign policy in 1823. It was a notice to the world that we, as the United States, would not tolerate foreign intervention int…o our new claim as a country. In other words, we are here and we reserve the first right to the areas around our existing territory. Native Americans were not included or considered in this unilateral decision. Since Native Americans did not understand the concept of land ownership or the concept of title or entitlement, and since they were also effectively considered savages by the religious segment the new country, they were without recourse, effectively denied the right to claim the land they lived on as their own. This is how the United States came to be after British control was overthrown.
Because in case were in war we have people to help us and we can get food from other countries that we cant grow in the winter.
because they love it
Foreign policy is carried out by the President and the various government agencies working under his direction, which includes the military, the CIA, the ambassadors and embas…sies, and other staff of the State Department.
America tried to remain neutral while still supporting the allied nations
The Secretary of State and the President. But ultimately it ought to be the people (and I mean people, not corporate business interests) because we elect the President and Sen…ate who choose and confirm the Secretary of State.
During President Obama's speech on the Middle East he stated that that the priorities of the US were to ensure economic stability in various regions, support the spread of dem…ocracy, and defend human rights. The US also tries to achieve a higher sense of national security when dealing with these issues. What is good for the goose is good for the gander, especially in our globalized society.
Alliances are most commonly economic or military. Countries develop foreign relations with other countries and form alliances. They're kind of like cliques who form a group to… protect each other and help each other.
Sam did not vote for the Republican presidential nominee because of his foreign policy.
Isolationism was a policy practiced by the US primarily in the late 1800's and early 1900's. It is essentially the idea that the US would be stronger if it stayed out of the a…ffairs of other countries. This is why it took so long for the US to join both world wars.