The US offers foreign aid mostly to support struggling democracies and countries that are critical to foreign policy objectives True Or False?
The US offers foreign aid mostly to support struggling democracies and countries that are critical to foreign policy objectives is true.
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To protect the life, liberty, and happiness of American citizens
As a result of the us foreign policy after outbreak of war central powers asked the league of nations to stop us aid to the allies is this true or false?
False. . The answer is; regarded the US as a partner of the Allies. . ]
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 US…A influential in balance of power in the Middle East.
Includes military assistance, loans, and technical assistance.
support struggling democracies and countries that are critical toforeign policy objectives.
to support struggling democracies and countries that are critical to foreign policy objectives
Someone should improve this answer. Can't believe it's not answeredyet. I asked this over a year ago.
No republicans do not support foreign aid mainly because spending more money would put our country into a bigger deficit.
reduces the chances of revolution and war
TRUE. France gave the colonists money and the French Navy and French Army helped George Washington to defeat the British at Yorktown, Virginia, which was the last major battle… of the revolution.
yes they do. we did give 1 billion dollars to Greece (under Obama administration) when we are only 13 trillion in debt. Whats another billion
In Cold War
how is it the interest of th united states to offer ecenomic andsocial aid to foregin countries
helping other countries gives the united states influence over them
Helping other countries gives the United States influence over them
The "Truman Doctrine" stated that "it must be the policy of theUnited States to support free people who are resisting attemptedsubjugation by armed minorities or by outside pr…essures." Thiscould be interpreted as stating that US foreign policy shouldsupport worldwide democracy.