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The policy where the us was staying out of affairs of other countries is called?

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08/12/2007

There could be several terms that would define one nation staying out of the affairs of other nations. After World War I, the US entered a period of "isolationism" because of the thousands of US troops killed in the war that seemed to accomplish little, in the minds of the American public, and never did fulfill President Wilson's goal of making the world "safe for democracy." Non-intervention is another term that means not taking sides or getting involved in the affairs of another nation. Then there is also the term "neutral nation" when it refers to a nation that does not take sides during a war between other nations.