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Unformatted text preview: Intersection of foreign policies and economics Foreign policy: still involve in two wars.... we create a new department. What is this department for? What should policy be? What should republic do? What kind of policy best fit today? We were worried about cuba because of the revolution. Communism. 1989 (involved in a war). Nuclear war (decades of fear). China is not a substitute any more. The costs of foreign policy : 1. military assets price (military spendings). Us military spending lots of millions. We now spend more than other wars that we have ever had. 2. Risk of war. You have to be prepared for the risk of war. 3. Cost of other people. innocent people die, it is a cost of other people. 4. Cost of home fund. 5. Cost of corruption 6. Terrorism: it has to be a response How should a foreign policy be? We don't know who should win those conflicts, who should control this territories. Obama he is not very different from the others. He gave a very deceive essay or discussion about Irak Obama he is not very different from the others....
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course BADM 343 taught by Professor Yonai during the Spring '10 term at Campbell.

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