What two foreign countries touch the US?
Canada and Mexico
us and canada
Not in the US ....but maybe in other foreign countries!
How about Canada and Mexico. You can find this type information about geography in an atlas.
US cellphones will get signals in foreign countries if and only if your provider has collaboration with any provider in that company in that foreign country.This is called "International Roaming".
Mexico in the south, and Canada in the north, both share their border with the USA.
Why does fossil fuel use in the US make the US vulnerable to the political wishes of foreign countries?
Because the foreign countries control the price of oil and who they sell to.
Canada and Mexico are foreign countries that border the U.S.A. Canada is to the north and Mexico is to the south.
No foreign country owns any part of a US state.
Two thirds of the US Senate must approve all treaties.
Alaska has both a land border with Canada and a Maritime border with Russia.
The only two countries that touch Lake Erie are the United States and Canada. Both countries are interested in commerce along the lake, and in protection of the water. The US is the primary country that deposits pollution into the lake since the south shore of Canada is primarily farmland and the US side was primarily industry.
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.
The states people cannot trade with foreign countries or travel to foreign countries.
Go to Home Depot
The foreign policy bureaucracy is the government's red tape towards the interaction of foreign countries with the US.
Some countries are similar in gun violence to the US, and other countries are more pacific.
Thomas Jefferson banned all the trade with foreign countries because British had attacked US ships.
If you were born in the us and your parents were born in two different countries what is your origin?
You have American citizenship but foreign ancestry. Your origin is from both of your parents in term of ancestry.
US President George Washington warned the US to avoid making alliances with foreign countries. At the time, few could disagree with that policy.
From the moment it was created the US has had to deal with other countries, just like any country needs to deal with other countries. No country can exist in total isolation, so countries immediately become involved in foreign affairs. Some countries get more involved than others. As a world power then it is natural that the US has a large amount of foreign affairs to deal with.
Canada, and Mexico
It is what we owe other countries.
support struggling democracies and countries that are critical to foreign policy objectives.
Yes, it is a normal practice now, particularly in IT industry. Not only that, the foreign companies also take jobs of US companies via agent to foreign countries - ooffshoare.
The US President is the one person who has the most influence and power in dealing with foreign countries. He is the head of state in the US and as such represents the US government to foreign leaders and sets the tone in how the US treats a foreign government. Through the Secretary of state , whom he appoints, within limits, he can give out or withhold monetary aid and military aid. The president is… Read More
to fund their production of muskrats
Some US states and foreign countries have laws permitting same-sex marriage. Some US states and foreign countries have laws prohibiting same-sex marriage.
Foreign policy is all the strategies and goals that guide a nation's dealings with other countries.
Tafts attempt to influence foreign countries by encouraging us business to invest money in foreign nations?
What was taft's attempt to influence foreign countries by encouraging us business to invest money in foreign nations?
Taft's attempt to influence foreign countries by encouraging US business to invest money in foreign nations?
No. However, there is a black market trade in dollars in many foreign countries.
The United States did adopt the foreign policy US pivot to Asia so that they could control countries in the greater Middle East.
The US foreign policy is aimed at promoting cordial relations with other countries. It is also meant to ensure that security is maintained both inside and outside the US.
comese from democrtic countries
He can, but no countries honor foreign father custody orders, including the US. Actually, Cuba does.
Most foreign exchange students in the US come from China and India. Students come from these countries for higher education, since the US has a better education system than both of these countries. You will not see as many exchange students from Canada, Australia, or Europe because most of these countries have better education systems than the US.
The two countries that border the US is Canda (to the north of the US), and Mexico (to the south of the US).
Tafts dollar diplomacy was created to protect US businesses in foreign countries. It is a foreign policy created US president William Howard Taft.
Yes, although foreign nationals who enlist in the US military are subject to screening against a list of approved home countries for foreign volunteers.
Alaska does. It borders Canada but does not touch any other US state.
The US Constitution divides the foreign policy powers between the President and Congress so both share in foreign policy.
There was a controversy over ability to establish foreign players' age and eligibility.
Who maintains continuous communications with foreign countries and negotiates treaties and agreements with foreign nations?
In the US government, it is the Department of State (State Department).