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Unit 9 Discussion - Modern, U.S. Foreign Policy Doctrines Since the 1900s most U.S. presidents have explained their foreign policy goals and interests through the use of a presidential, foreign policy doctrine. From Washington's Proclamation of Neutrality to the Bush doctrine of military preemption, presidents have introduced foreign policy doctrines to best serve U.S. interests abroad. Many foreign policy doctrines such as the Monroe, Truman, and Bush doctrines dictated wholesale diplomatic and military actions. In contrast to Truman's doctrine of Cold War 'containment' the Bush doctrine stated that the United States will actively intervene overseas to safeguard American interests. U.S. military actions in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia demonstrate this new resolve. Directions: Select one U.S. presidential, foreign policy doctrine. Hello Professor and Classmates, I chose to speak about the Eisenhower Doctrine. Like the Monroe and Truman Doctrines, the

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