Ch. 18 - 1. What is the main difference between a maker and...

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1. What is the main difference between a maker and a shaper of American foreign policy? 1. Makers are those within government, while shapers are influential groups outside of official government. 2. In foreign policy, the “Bush Doctrine” refers to 3. preemptive war. 3. Which of the following is the most important actor in the foreign policy establishment? 2. the president
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4. What is the chief task of the National Security Council? 3. to coordinate the differences among the executive’s key foreign policy makers 5. The most important task of the Senate in foreign policy is 2. reviewing and approving treaties. 6. Which of the following was not a war officially declared by Congress? 3. Korean War 7. Why has Congress become a major foreign policy maker since World War II?
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1. Congress is regularly called upon to approve financing of foreign policies. 8. An agreement between the president and another country that has the force of a treaty but without congressional approval is called 3. an executive agreement. 9. How can Congress change or amend an executive agreement? 3. Congress can pass a joint resolution revoking an executive agreement. 10. The North American Free Trade Agreement is
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1. a trade treaty between Mexico, Canada, and the United States designed to lower and eliminate tariffs. 11. Which of the following American ethnic groups has the reputation for the greatest influence on American foreign policy? 3. Jewish Americans 12. Which of the following is not an influential interest group affecting American foreign policy? 4. diplomats from foreign nations 13. Which of the following does not represent an important interest reflected through the actions of foreign policy interest groups?
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domestic representation of foreign governments 14. Which of the following interest groups in the United States will more likely depend on demonstrations and other nontraditional strategies of influence? 1. environmental groups 15. What is the most critical resource the media has to influence foreign policy? 2. the speed and scale with which the media can spread political communication 16. In a crisis, where does the greatest foreign policy influence lay?
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Ch. 18 - 1. What is the main difference between a maker and...

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