The Poles feared the resurgence of Germany and the annexations of the USSR.
Support the efforts of free peoples to resist communism ( I bet this is for castlelearning)
pro-western in support of the United States and Great Britain
Why had Britain followed the policy of ‘Splendid Isolation’ in the past? She was keen to avoid foreign military alliances as it could cause them potential problems. Britain remained isolated from Europe in order to concentrate on expanding her navy and her empire. Which country followed the policy of splendid isolation? In 1907, Britain finally abandoned the policy of splendid isolation when she signed the Triple Entente. France wanted her two allies to come close together.
helping foreign nations recover from war ;)
The United States suffered few casualties and was the richest nation in the world. The Soviet Union suffered enormous loss of life and damage to its cities.
Fear of Germany and the U.S.S.R.
That which is determined by the Indian Government.
Reagan’s Foreign Policy The Reagan Administration also came to Washington determined to combat communism—especially in Latin America. Reagan and his advisers focused in particular on El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Cuba. Haig decided to make El Salvador a "test case" of his foreign policy.
The main priority of American foreign policy was to maximize on the production of exports. This is based on the fact that the economy mainly depended on exports.
If the foreign aid policy was to change some things it would have a whole different aspect of what the policy is mainly about. It may or may not be better for the other nations.
The Foreign Policy magazine writes about policies that have to deal with other nations and what their policies are with the United States. Mainly this magazine discusses the policies the US president is involved with.
Foreign policy is policy that deals with foreign affairs.
What is the current foreign policy WHERE? (in the US) The President is responsible for foreign policy.
The policy of isolation was followed by US regarding world affairs. This was due to the farewell address by George Washington to stay away from entangling alliances.
Purpose of foreign policy
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mention and datermination of foreign policy