There wasn't any foreign policy before World War I.
The foreign weapons policy.
What are the determinants of third world foreign policy?
Foreign policy is a policy that regulate the interaction of one country with the rest of the world.
How did the goals of U.S foreign policy in Europe compare to the goals of soviet foreign policy after world war 2?
There is no "a" foreign policy. Every national political group - especially but not exclusively states - pursues it's own foreign policy. There has been countless stances of foreign policy before, during, and since World War One. You need to be more specific for a less general answer - say, inquiring about the foreign policy stance of the United States, or Russia, or some other nation.
i belive it was called isolationism.
to intervene with the weaker foreigns
The United States foreign-policy, from 1902 the outbreak of World War I, was a policy of isolation. This. The United States foreign-policy did not want to intervene into any foreign disputes.
It was okay for us but there was a lot of fighting going on around the world at that time.
Before: Isolationist After: Interventionist
Foreign policy was isolationist and domestic policy was more of taking care of problems in our own country rather than worrying about the world.
The MONROE DOCTRINE was the crowning foreign policy of President James Monroe, which argued that European Powers would be required to respect the freedom and independence of all countries in the Americas. While it was not the aggressive US foreign policy of the late 20th century, it was a bold step for a relatively powerless country to make against the greatest powers in the world.
nice one man, hw
That they didn't give a crap about anyone but themselves, Italy, and Japan. That is it.
The u.s policy during the first world war was policy of isolation
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Before Pearl Harbor, America remained neutral. Some favored an extreme policy known as Isolationism.
The question is unanswerable if the country whose foreign policy is being asked about is not specified. There are around 200 countries in the world.
The US foreign policy under President Woodrow Wilson was neutrality.
America's foreign policy was centered on America. We thought that other nations problems were their own and we didn't want to get involved. America's foreign policy became isolatioinist.
it was fine