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  1. Chapter Seventeen

  2. What should you know?! • What are the tools of U.S. foreign policy? • Who are the creators and shapers of foreign policy? • Explain how the U.S. went from an isolationist policy to becoming a superpower/interventionist policy. • How has American foreign policy changed since 9/11? • What SCOTUS cases or laws deal with foreign policy? --REVIEW

  3. The Tools of U.S. Foreign Policy • Diplomacy • Trade and Economic Policies • Most Favored Nation Status • Sanctions • The Military Option

  4. Who Decides? The Creators and Shapers of Foreign Policy • The President and the Executive Branch • The Departments of State, Defense, and Homeland Security • The National Security Council, the CIA, and the Director of National Intelligence • Congress

  5. Who Decides? The Creators and Shapers of Foreign Policy • The Military-Industrial Complex • Interest Groups • The Media • Public Opinion • Private Citizens

  6. U.S. Foreign Policy in Historical Context: Isolationism and Intervention • The Constitutional Framework and Early Foreign Policymaking • The Constitution and Foreign Policy Powers • Early Isolationism • Foreign Trade and the Erosion of U.S. Isolationism • Hegemony and National Expansion: From the Monroe Doctrine to the Roosevelt Corollary • Manifest Destiny

  7. U.S. Foreign Policy in Historical Context: Isolationism and Intervention • World War I and the End of U.S. Isolationism • Balance of power system • Collective defense and collective security • Internationalism and the League of Nations • World War II: U.S. Foreign Policy at a Crossroads

  8. The Postwar Era: The United States as Superpower International Agreements and Organizations: The United Nations: The Security Council The General Assembly The Secretariat Specialized organizations The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) & The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) The Warsaw Pact

  9. The Postwar Era: The United States as Superpower International Financial Organizations: • The International Monetary Fund (IMF) • The World Bank • The World Trade Organization (WTO)

  10. The Cold War: Superpowers in Collision • U.S. Efforts to Contain Communism: • Korea, Cuba, and Vietnam: • The Korean War, 1950-1953 • The Cuban Missile Crisis - 1962 & Brinkmanship • The Vietnam Conflict - 1965-1975 & the Domino Theory

  11. Détente: A Thaw in the Cold War Chill: Mutual Assured Destruction (MAD) Deterrence SALT I and SALT II The Reagan Years and Soviet Collapse Strategic Defense Initiative Post-Soviet Times: The United States asSolo Superpower in an Era of Wars

  12. U.S. Foreign Policy After 9/11: War in Afghanistan War in Iraq Iran and North Korea • Future Challenges in • American Foreign Policy: • The Ongoing Threat of Terrorism • The United States as a Debtor Nation • Environmental Issues

  13. Study the Chapter:http://www.mhhe.com/harrison1e