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17. Foreign Policy and National Defense. Foreign Affairs and National Security. Other Foreign and Defense Agencies. American Foreign Policy Overview. Foreign Aid and Defense Alliances. d omestic affairs. d omestic affairs. e vents at home. f oreign affairs. f oreign affairs.

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    1. 17. Foreign Policy and National Defense.

    2. Foreign Affairs and National Security.

    3. Other Foreign and Defense Agencies.

    4. American Foreign Policy Overview.

    5. Foreign Aid and Defense Alliances.

    6. domestic affairs

    7. domestic affairs events at home

    8. foreign affairs

    9. foreign affairs nation’s relationships with other nations

    10. isolationism

    11. isolationism a purposeful refusal to become generally involved in the affairs of the rest of the world

    12. foreign policy

    13. foreign policy make up of all of the stands and actions that a nation takes in every aspect of its relationships with other countries – diplomatic, military

    14. right of legation

    15. right of legation the right to send and receive diplomatic representatives

    16. ambassador

    17. ambassador an official representative of the United States appointed by the President to represent the nation in matters of diplomacy

    18. diplomatic immunity

    19. diplomatic immunity not subject to the laws of the state to which they are accredited

    20. espionage

    21. espionage spying

    22. terrorism

    23. terrorism use of violence to intimidate a government or a society, usually for political or ideological reasons

    24. draft

    25. draft called a conscription or compulsory service

    26. collective security

    27. collective security most nations would agree to act together against any nation that threatened the peace

    28. deterrence

    29. deterrence strategy of maintaining the military might of the U.S. at so great a level that very strength will deter or discourage an attack on this country by any hostile power

    30. cold war

    31. cold war a period of more than 40 years during which relations between the two superpowers were at least tense and more often than not distinctly hostile

    32. containment

    33. containment if communism could be kept within its existing boundaries, it would collapse under the weight of its own internal weaknesses

    34. detente

    35. detente “a relaxation of tensions”

    36. foreign aid

    37. foreign aid economic and military aid to other countries

    38. regional security alliance

    39. regional security alliance mutual defense treaties; take a collective action to meet aggression in a particular part of the world

    40. UN Security Council

    41. UN Security Council 15 members (U.S. Britain, France, Russia, China…)

    42. Foreign Policy and National Defense.

    43. The First American Diplomat.

    44. Osama bin Laden.

    45. Voices on Government.

    46. From Here to There.

    47. Civilian Control of the Military.

    48. The Changing Face of the United States Army.

    49. Interpreting Political Cartoons.

    50. Should Women Serve in the Military?