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Foreign Policy GOV310L Brendan Apfeld May 1, 2017 1
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University Resources Counseling and Mental Health Center Open until 7pm for walk-ins through May 3 CMHC Crisis Line: 512-475-6628 (available 24/7) Behavior Concerns Advice Line 512-232-5050 (available 24/7) 2
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Current Events 3
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Congressional Oversight Figure 1: 4
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Congressional Judicial Powers Figure 2: 5
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A Shift in the Democratic Party? Figure 3: 6
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Today’s Class 7
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Today’s Puzzles If George Washington’s warning about “entangling alliances” in his farewell address accurately reflected American opinion, how did the US become the dominant superpower? Why did Donald Trump suddenly decide that NATO may not be irrelevant anymore? 8
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Today’s Outline Foreign policy overview Key players Evolution of US foreign policy Foreign Policy Attitudes Globalization Domestic and foreign issues intersection 9
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Foreign Policy Overview 10
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What is Foreign Policy? Foreign policy is all non-economic policy relating to the interaction between states 11
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Goals of Foreign Policy Survival and independence Territorial integrity Potentially, acquisition of new territory Military security Economic security Spread of regime’s values and ideals 12
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Broad Approaches to Foreign Policy Isolationism : belief that the US
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