A. Interest groups and special interests are often deeply involved in the foreign policy
a. Optimistic: these groups provide valuable input, compete, and compromise and
the interests of the nations are well served
Pl SC 442 Exam 2 Study Guide
Ray Chapter 4: The Cold War
He Russian revolution
Treaty of Brest Litovsk
Germany gains control of Finland, Poland, Baltic and Ukraine
US troops in N Russian 1918
US sympathy towards Russ
American Foreign Policy Exam 1
US becomes a superpower
Outcome of WWI and WWII
US military expenditures
U.S. spends more on defense than the rest of the world combined.
No alliance of potential enemies rivals the U.S. military budget.