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1,651 words... year later. The ANZUS treaty signed by Australia, New Zealand, and the United States in 1951 represented the security blanket Australia had been desperate for since the end of the Second World War. The ANZUS treaty has since become the cornerstone of the Australian foreign policy. 15 Originally, the treaty was supposed to act as a protection from the powerful forces of Japan. But soon after ANZUS was signed the Japanese realized the strength of such an agreement and decided to sign a peace t...
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Cold War Foreign Policy
1,021 words... to communism were hostile. (New York Times, par 4) NSC 68. In April of 1950, a top secret document was given to Truman by the National Security Council (NSC). It was declassified in 1975. The document was called NSC 68 written under direction of National Security Advisor Paul Note and it had was a amalgamation of all three proposals and both competing ideologies. Before Truman's presidency, Eisenhower had adopted the idea of a rollback to deal with communism. Roll back was the idea that the ...
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2,904 wordsU. S. Foreign Policy and Aid to Nepal in the Cold War Period: Implications for Future Direction U. S. Foreign Policy and Aid to Nepal in the Cold War Period: Implications for Future Direction Table of Contents Introduction The U. S. Interest in Nepal The Motivations for Aid The U. S. Aid and its Foreign Policy Objectives U. S. Aid and the Politico-Economic Objectives An Evaluation of The Aid Impact The Future Direction of the U. S. Aid Conclusion Bibliography Introduction Foreign aid is basicall...
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604 wordsSimon Serfaty, The Media and Foreign Policy. New York, New York: St. Martin s Press. 1990. In the book, The Media and Foreign Policy, Simon Serfaty, Executive Director of the Johns Hopkins Foreign Policy Institute in Washington, D. C. , and research professor of American foreign policy at the Paul H. Note School of Advanced international Studies, shares his own and fellow authors collected essays on the media s effect on foreign policy and foreign policy decision making of the United States, if ...
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1,877 wordsRise to Globalism: American Foreign Policy Since 1938 Rise to Globalism, by Stephen Ambrose, is an enlightened work on the development of American foreign policy from World War II through the Reagan administration. It is an excellent one volume history, basic, but full of fact, that explains the trends in foreign policy that led America from its isolationist attitude of the first half of the nineteenth century to its position of global power and imminence today. The basic causes of the worlds ma...
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