Why does the US offer foreign aid to other nations?

Answer Foreign aid is generally targeted at gaining influence in a region or dealing with a problem that may impact on the United States. For example, military aid to Israel keeps USA influential in balan... Read More »

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Why Do Nations Need Reserves of Foreign Exchange?

National treasuries build reserves of foreign exchange in order to participate within the global marketplace and transact official business. Foreign exchange reserves enable individual nations to c... Read More »

Why does the us conducts foreign policies with other nations?

In a word (or three), money and supplies: The Allies were bolstered by the goods received by way of ship convoy, as well as money. Personnel, warplanes, tanks, warships, and ammunition literally po... Read More »

What nations are in the US Foreign Policy with Iraq?

Which of the following nations did NOT change its foreign policy during World War 1?

The USA achieved the goal of removing the missles from Cuba by "quarentining" Cuba until Khruschev and JFK compromised the soviet union would remove their missles from Cuba and the USA promised to ... Read More »