Which is a problem impacting us foreign policy in the middle east?
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After the Cuban Missile Crisis, the US learned how it was our own fears that may have caused the USSR to place missiles in Cuba. We had missiles all around Russsia, and that m…ade them think we were going to attack. There were some important factors that we should have learned. First, we can cause our own destruction by casusing fear in others. Secondly, we should have learned not to trust our own Intel. agency. The CIA reported that none of the missiles in Cuba were armed yet. Later, we found that they were armed. Had Kennedy ordered an attack on Cuba, it could have started a nuclear war. Both of these lessions have long been forgotten. As our policy today is one of pure aggression, based on false Intel.. Hope this will help you.- Katherine k
The US sought to prop up friendly governments that supported US policy interests. The US and USSR each sought pawns in a game of international chess. You could equate US- Ira…nian Relations against USSR-Syrian/Egyptian relations. Likewise in Latin America, the US (through the CIA) was supporting the Contras in Nicaragua whom were fighting against communists. The US would support strong leaders as long as they 1) were anti-communist 2) pledged allegiance to the US. (look up Noriega in Panama)
\n. \n Answer \n. \nTe stated United States policy goals for the Middle East are as follows in order of importance:\n. \n1) Provide an uninterrupted flow of oil\n2) Su…rvival and security of the State of Israel \n3) The security and stability of friendly Arab states\n4) Preventing the spread of terrorism\n5) Preventing the devolopment and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction\n. \nSource: Council of Foreign Relations contained in the report titled Middle East Policy and the Peace Process
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If the US could and would (or would) stand up to a physical move on the part of the communists.
That sounds like a conspiracy theory. ___________ It certainly appears that way since despite the fact that the great majority of Americans are opposed to the war in Iraq,… public opinion is being ignored and the war continues. Most of the world now realizes that although Jews only are a very small minority in the US, the past 3 heads of our Foreign Policy have been Jews, Kissinger, Albright, and Cheney, not to mention numerous other Jews throughout the Federal Reserve,Treasury and other depts. Our foreign aid to the tiny country of Israel is approx. $4-5 billion per year, at least that's the figure reported to the public. The war materials, vehicles and equipment are being supplied by Jewish owned companies that are a part of the corrupt military-industrial complex that Eisenhower warned America about before he left office. With such infiltration in our government, it is no wonder that every time Israel wants something from the US, our State Department runs to their aid-and why not when by doing so many of them will get compensated with high-paying jobs with those same companies after they leave the government. . Because they have committed villainy in Israel, and have committed adultery with their neighbors' wives, and have spoken lying words in my name, which I have not commanded them; even I know, and am a witness, saith the LORD. [JEREMIAH 29:23] . I see little, or no reason to disagree with Iran's prime minister, about the hollycost.. And any way, the Palestinians had nothing to do with the hollycost, if it did happen. Why was their lands taken; why did America support Israel's theft of Palestine in the UN?. For that has been the thorn in the Muslim side, since the western super powers backed, and America funded; this unjustified theft. And it has cost thousands of lives! How would you feal I your home had been taken from you?
because Israel massacres Palestinians in Palestine and The United States is supporting Israel and funds BIG HELP including weapons, white phosphorus bombs that were thrown on …civilians lately, other more dangerous bombs that are tested on Palestinians and other weapons to fight the Palestinians when they have no army and weapons to defend themself.
How did Eisenhower balance assertiveness and restraint in his foreign policies in Vietnam Europe and the Middle East?
Eisenhower balanced assertiveness and restraint in his foreignpolicies by remaining neutral until he was forced to act. He triedto use diplomacy rather than resorting to viole…nce.
How did Eisenhower balance assertiveness and restraint in his foreign policy in Vietnam Europe and the Middle East?
-Eisenhower did not intervene in Vietnam when a French garrison was trapped in Dienbienphu, Vietnam. -The United States did not help Hungary during their uprising -To secure …Iranian oil for Western countries, the CIA enginnered a coup that installed Mohammed Reza Pahlevi as dictator of Iran. -Suez Canal crisis
It depends on which President Roosevelt you are referring to, but here are the foreign policies of both of them. Theodore Roosevelt: One of the major issues during Roosevelt'…s time in office was the fact that a canal across the Americas was needed. The need for a canal was clear during the Spanish American War. The U.S.S. Oregon sailed all the way from the West coast to Cuba, but didn't make it to Cuba before the war was over. Columbia, who owned Panama at the time, did not let the U.S. build the canal. The U.S. urged Panama to fight for independence. When it gained its independence, the U.S. was able to build the canal. Shortly after this, Roosevelt signed the Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, which basically stated that if any conflict happened within U.S. territory, the U.S. is going to handle it. This was tested during the Dominican Republic financial crisis. When Europe placed tariffs on the D.R., it fell into a crisis. The U.S. went in and took over the tariffs, and the debt was paid off in two years. Roosevelt also won a Nobel Peace Prize in 1906 for hosting a conference in Portsmouth, New Hampshire with Japan and Russia. He was able to help the two countries negotiate peace. Franklin Roosevelt: The United States still wanted to keep a policy of neutrality even when Hitler gained power in Germany. Congress passed the Neutrality Acts that limited trade with nations mobilizing for war. The U.S. still held neutral when Japan wrongfully attacked the gunship Panay. Shortly after it was attacked, Japan criticized the Five Power Act of the Washington Conference and the U.S.'s only response was to boost the navy. Congress soon passed the Neutrality Act of 1939 (Cash and Carry Act) that discarded all embargoes. In 1941, Britain had depleted all its funds, and in response the United States created the Lend-Lease Act. This allowed the United States to lend war and battle ships to the Allies. On the edge of war, Roosevelt and Winston Churchill met and signed the Atlantic Charter. This outlined the objectives of the war. On December 7, 1941, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, and the United States entered the war against the Axis Powers. The United States saw little success in the beginning of the war, but when the Americans adopted the technique of island hopping in the Pacific, they slowly made their way toward Japan. The Americans successfully overcame Germany in Africa under the command of General Eisenhower. The war lasted a total of almost four years. The push towards peace had been started during the war in 1943, after the Russians successfully turned the tide of war. The Moscow Conference was held, and it held that there was a need for an international peace keeping commission. Congress accepted the provision. The Teheran Conference was held in 1943, the Dumbarton Oaks was held in 1944, and the San Francisco Conference was held in 1945. These conferences were all aimed at created a national peace keeping organization. The charter for the United Nations was created, and it was signed by fifty nations in San Francisco. Congress ratified this proposal with very little opposition.
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In Middle East
Camp david accords
by laughing at the bank all i do is giggen
Iran hostage crisis
It depends on what "policy interests" are. Currently, the US is the dominant power in both the Middle East and East Asia. It's just that each region has vastly different pr…oblems relative to the United States governments' needs. In the Middle East, the major problem is stability. There are numerous states in various degrees of upheaval (such as Syria, Yemen, Bahrain), some states make bellicose threats towards other states (such as Iran), and some states that brutally repress their own citizens or residents (such as Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates). The reason that stability is necessary is so that the United States can get its hands on more Middle Eastern petroleum without major issues. In East Asia, the problem is competition. South Korea and Japan have very strongly developed heavy industry, engineering, and electronics sectors that produce much more effectively than the United States. China and Vietnam are more capable as mass-production for less technical items such as clothing, furniture, and toys. The wages in these countries are far less than the United States, making them very competitive with the United States. Additionally, the issue in East Asia is the power-balance between the United States and its allies (Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Australia) and the emerging diplomatic power of China. So there is currently is an interest in shoring up US-Indonesian relations and US-Burmese relations in an attempt to limit China's directions for diplomatic expansion. Since the two situations are very different, the United States is able to maintain distinct foreign policy interests in the different regions. However, since the East Asian requirements are more about government policy and sly negotiating, they do not make the news as much as the bellicose saber-rattling that occurs in the Middle East.