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Foreign Affairs . Isolationism to internationalism . Domestic Affairs: what’s happening within our country Foreign Affairs: nation’s relations with other countries. Isolationism to internationalism . Since WWII Wars- show that we cannot live in isolation

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isolationism to internationalism
Isolationism to internationalism
  • Domestic Affairs: what’s happening within our country
  • Foreign Affairs: nation’s relations with other countries
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Isolationism to internationalism
  • Since WWII
    • Wars- show that we cannot live in isolation
    • Economic conditions abroad also directly affect this country
foreign policy
Foreign Policy
  • Foreign Policy: many different policies on many different topics
    • Diplomatic, military, commercial, etc.
    • President: nation’s chief diplomat
state department
State Department

John Kerry

  • Secretary of State
    • Advises on foreign policy
    • Ranks first among presidential cabinet
  • Foreign Service
    • International law: every nation has right of legation—the right to send and receive diplomatic representatives
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State department
  • Ambassadors: represents nation in matters of diplomacy
    • U.S. Embassies in more than 160 countries
    • Consular offices: promote U.S. interests abroad
  • Passports: issued by gov’t to citizens who travel abroad
  • Diplomatic Immunity: not subject to laws of the state they are accredited
defense department
Defense Department
  • National Security Act 1947
    • Civil Control of the military
      • President: Commander in Chief
    • Secretary of Defense
      • Major responsibilities: advises president in defense policy & heading Defense Dept.
      • Pentagon: domain of secretary
      • Chief Military Aides: Joint Chiefs of Staff

Chuck Hagel

military departments
Military Departments
  • Department of Army
    • Largest of armed services
    • Ground-based force
    • Defeat attacks on U.S.
    • Actions to protect American interests around the world
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Military Departments
  • Department of Navy
    • Chief of naval operations: highest ranking officer & responsible for Navy
    • Marine Corps
      • Combat ready land force for Navy
        • Seize or defend land bases of which they operate
        • Carry out other land operations essential to Navy
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Military Departments
  • Department of Air Force
    • Nation’s first line of defense
    • Air and aerospace operations