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 What did the bush doctrine do?

Answer The phrase Bush Doctrine was first used by Charles Krauthammer in June 2001 to describe the Bush Administration's unilateral withdrawals from the ABM treaty and the Kyoto Protocol. The phrase initi... Read More »
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How Is the Bush Doctrine different from the Obama Doctrine?

The phrase Bush Doctrine was first used by political commentator Charles Krauthammer in June 2001 to describe the Bush Administration's unilateral withdrawals from the ABM treaty and the Kyoto Prot... Read More »
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How is the Bush Doctrine of preemption a radical change in US foreign policy?

the United States will go to war if necessary in order to preserve the freedom of the seas and to protect neutral shipping from attacks.
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Want something different in a bush. Smallish, colorful, easy care, but not just the normal breen bush.?

Nandina domestica, best darn little shrub any body could ask for.AKA Heavenly BambooNandina domestica is an evergreen shrub in the Southern states, 'Compacta' is lower growing than the species and ... Read More »
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What led to the Monroe Doctrine?

The Monroe Doctrine, named after U.S. President James Monroe, stemmed from efforts by European powers to recover former Spanish colonies in Mexico, Central and South America. Essentially, it called... Read More »
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