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The five permanent members of this are China, France, Russia, United Kingdom, United States

U.N. Security Council

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U.S. foreign policy during 1940-91

Obligation

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This term is used to describe American policy toward communism during the Cold War and led to combat in Korea and Vietnam

Containment

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U.S. foreign policy during 1790-1890

Isolation

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This term means U.S. government offices or residences that are located in foreign capitals

Embassies

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U.S. foreign policy during 1890-1910

Expansion

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This term is applied to a country that seeks to develop weapons of mass destruction; supplies, supports, or provides a safe haven for terrorist organizations; disregards international law; violates human rights; and threatens regional or world security

Rogue nations

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U.S. foreign policy during 1910-1940

Vacillation

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The basic goals of this are alliance security, international stability, and economic development

U.S. Foreign Policy

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U.S. foreign policy during 1991-present

Transition

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This president established the United States as a police power in Latin America and sent the Great White Fleet around the world

Theodore Roosevelt

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The first female national security advisor

Condoleezza Rice

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The U.S. plan to help rebuild Western Europe after World War II was called

Marshall Plan

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This warned against any expansion in the Western Hemisphere

Monroe Doctrine

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The president during the Cuban missile crisis

John Kennedy

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The U.S. government established these overseas to promote commercial contacts

Consulates

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The largest branch of the military

Army

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During the Cold War the United States worked vigorously to prevent the spread of

Communism

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This military grew out of another branch and is now independent

Air Force

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They are ultimately responsible for ratifying or rejecting treaties with foreign countries

Senate

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The secretary of state successfully persuaded the Arab nations to lift the oil embargo in the early 1970s

Henry Kissinger

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The U.S. president who worked out the Camp David accords between Egypt and Israel

Jimmy Carter

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The oldest and most prestigious cabinet department

Department of State

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Led the first diplomatic mission from the United States

Benjamin Franklin

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He negotiated the first treaty between Japan and a Western nation

Matthew Perry