Operation Ajax (the CIA coup which re-installed the Shah of Iran in 1953 after he had been forced out in 1951) could be considered to be part of the US goal of containment. The US and UK both feared that Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mosaddegh would create an alliance with the Soviet Union since he was very amenable to Iranian Communists and their political views. As a result, the US and UK both preferred the strongly Western-aligned Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi and put him in power.
Most other US policies in regards to Iran have nothing to do with containment.
Operation Ajax and other attempts by US authorities to remove Socialist-leaning leaders (such as Allende in Chile or Sihanouk in Cambodia) were part of containment. The policy was negative, not only for the citizens whose governments were overthrown and usually subjected to numerous human rights abuses post-replacement, but also for the US which alienated those countries' populations in the long-term and was unable to seriously halt the growth of communism.
The U.S. Secretary of State is the foreign minister and the official charged with conducting foreign policy. However, the President of the United States has the final authority on foreign policies. Each country outside of the US, conduct their own foreign policy with cabinet members or country leader having the final say so.
Containment of communism. From the end of WW2 to 1989 when the Berlin Wall fell the foreign policy of the United States was to contain communism. The result was keeping troops in Europe so if the Russians decided to invade they could be stopped, the United States entering Southeast Asia and the Vietnam war, and the Cuban boycott for 60 years are just a few examples of the policy of containment.
You should contact A CPA. for this answer, Because your are dealing with foreign governments and policies, Most foreign states WILL NOT do anything to help you with problems from people in their state, BUT the USA will do whatever it takes to satisfy foreign states, Including prosicuting. You need A friend when you cross oceans. Jamison.
The key role of the Secretary of State is to advise the President of the United States on foreign affairs. The Secretary office carries out the President's foreign policies through the State Department, which includes the Foreign Service, Civil Service, and U.S. Agency for International Development.
--The Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve Bank, as the "central bank" of the United States has a huge impact on the United States Foreign policy as it sets monetary policy for this country. In addition, essentially every other part of United States government and society also influence foreign policy. The President and Department of State lead the foreign policy work of the United States. --Foreign policy is influenced by a number of factors. The primary factor addresses the self interest and long term benefits to one country while dealing with another. Certain altruistic factors, such as human rights protection can play a part in forming such policies. As with many policies, the correct approach to foreign policy, and achieving the greatest results that benefit the country's self interest is open to a variety of opinions and tactics. Tactics can range from economic policy to war.
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