The country that has gotten the most U.S foreign aid on average is Israel from 2001 to 2006 with around 20 billion taxpayer dollars. Recently, the top has been occupied by Iraq due to the political bureaucracy. Another Country that has been receiving a vast majority of foreign aid is Egypt due to their meddling with the West Bank/ Gaza Strip.
The president is the recognized head of US government. He represents the country at summit meetings and state funerals of foreign rulers. He appoints the Secretary of State who serves at his pleasure. He can negotiate treaties and sets foreign policy including dispensing or withholding foreign aid and initiating economic sanctions and military intervention.
How did the US go a isolationism foreign policy to a political and military involvement?
Not who - what... The Lend-Lease Ace allowed the president to aid American allies.
It has not stopped. Israel is a recipient of US foreign aid, in the form of grants and loan guarantees. Other current recipients of US foreign aid include Egypt, Jordan, Pakistan, India, Russia, West Bank and Gaza.
The US offers foreign aid mostly to support struggling democracies and countries that are critical to foreign policy objectives is true.
The Netherlands is a very wealthy country (17th in the world by GDP). As such it requires no foreign aid.
US Foreign aid is a program that probably few if any nations in the world offer.
PCH Answer: Venezuela
to fund their production of muskrats
Give other countries? In most practice, the US doesn't give specific weapons to foreign countries; instead the US usually gives funds (money) to whoever they're giving aid to and the recipients buy weapons on their own. In some cases however, the US does give actual arms to the recipients when the weapons can't be bought on the market. (legally or illegally) Ex. FIM-92 Stinger