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 Why do you think US foreign policy advisers have moved from a policy of isolationism toward a policy of internationalism?

Answer To be very brief, it is because the interests of the US have become so broad that it is now necessary to protect them in one way or another all over the globe. Immediately after the Revolutionary W... Read More »
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How the US foreign policy moves from isolationism to internationalism?

Several countries in Eastern Europe fell under communist rule, as did China, North Korea, and North Vietnam.
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How has the us foreign policy move from isolationism to internationalism?

The Cabinet includes the Vice President and the heads of 15 executive departments - the Secretaries of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services, Homeland Securit... Read More »
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Did US foreign policy shift from internationalism to increasing isolationism during the last half of the 20th century?

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Why did the US gradually shift from a policy of isolationism to a policy that favored allies?

An intermestic policy is one that concerns itself with both international and domestic affairs simultaneously.
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