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 Who is the President's chief official in foreign affairs?

Answer In the United States, the Secretary of State is the President's chief official in foreign affairs. The Secretary of State carries out foreign policy through the State Department and the Foreign Ser... Read More »
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Which government official is primarily responsible for implementing the presidents and the nations foreign policy?

It is the US and the Presidents duty to take control of world affairs?

It is not our country's job to take on the world, if they are at war with us yes we should fight back. It is not our citizens job to risk their life day after day because the president desides we s... Read More »
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Which of the following terms best describes the US foreign policy following World War 1 which was a complete withdrawal from foreign affairs?

President William Howard Taft coined the phrase "dollar diplomacy" in 1909, to describe providing loans and aid to countries that the U.S. wanted as allies, in order to increase commerce between th... Read More »
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What is a foreign affairs analyst?

Foreign-affairs analyst is a career in international relations and diplomacy. People with jobs in foreign affairs often work as advisers to diplomats and to the media, providing necessary insight i... Read More »
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