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Epic Epochs Of US Foreign Policy: Part Three

Fri, 30 May 2014 01:37:06 +00002014-05-30T01:37:06Z

In the third distinct phase of American foreign policy, the US became a reluctant global power. After WWI, the US declined the job; after WWII, it could not ignore it.

As a global power, the US has faced the complexities of alliances, the uncertainties of war in the atomic age, and the dizzying shifts from bipolar to unipolar to multipolar global orientations. Check it out here.

Epic Epochs Of US Foreign Policy, Part Two

Fri, 30 May 2014 01:25:20 +00002014-05-30T01:25:20Z

In the second distinct phase of US foreign policy, the United States embarked on an ill-advised turn at imperialism. Of course "imperialism" was a bad word in the United States, so people called our effort "New Internationalism."


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Epic Epochs Of US Foreign Policy, Part One

Fri, 30 May 2014 01:17:57 +00002014-05-30T01:17:57Z

American foreign policy has come in three distinct phases -- the Early Federal period, when the US contended with domestic issues and sought neutrality; an abortive Imperial phase; and the post-WWII Global Power phase.


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Obama Reinforces Policy In Chad

Sat, 24 May 2014 22:17:37 +00002014-05-24T22:17:37Z

When President Obama announced last week that he was sending 80 troops into Chad to help with the search for more than 200 girls kidnapped by Boko Haram, he was right in line with his own ideas of foreign policy.


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Russia Hits Back With ISS Sanctions

Sun, 18 May 2014 21:35:54 +00002014-05-18T21:35:54Z

This week, Russia countered the sanctions levied against it by the United States and European Union over the Ukraine crisis by issuing some sanctions of its own -- against the US and the International Space Station.


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Not Your Grandfather's Military Advisers

Wed, 14 May 2014 23:14:45 +00002014-05-14T23:14:45Z

Last week the US announced it was sending some military advisers into Nigeria to help look for the more than 200 girls that Boko Haram kidnapped in April.

Many Americans of a certain age -- 50 and up, I'd say -- cringe at the phrase "military advisers," though. Here's a look at how the phrase got so tarnished, and why it shouldn't hold such bad connotations any longer.

US Enters Search For Abducted Nigerian Girls

Sat, 10 May 2014 22:32:45 +00002014-05-10T22:32:45Z


At right is First Lady Michelle Obama during a heartfelt Mother's Day message from the White House. In it she issued a plea for the release and return of more than 200 girls abducted from their school in Nigeria by Boko Haram on April 14.


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When Perry Opened Japan

Sun, 27 Apr 2014 22:59:07 +00002014-04-27T22:59:07Z


That's Commodore Matthew Perry at right. And you're correct: neither does he look like a member of the Commodores, nor was he on Friends.

But he did open up Japan to US trade in the 1850s. As President Obama completes his 2014 Asia-Pacific swing, here's a look at the trip that began US-Japanese foreign relations.

US Reaffirms Defense Pacts

Sun, 27 Apr 2014 22:50:51 +00002014-04-27T22:50:51Z

You might recall last December when China declared the airspace over the Senkaku Islands as its own. Trouble is, Japan also claims it.

When he visited Japan last week, President Barack Obama reaffirmed American intentions to defend Japan's claim, as well as its mutual defense obligations with both Japan and South Korea.


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Tragedies Overshadow Obama's Asia-Pacific Trip

Sun, 27 Apr 2014 22:39:51 +00002014-04-27T22:39:51Z

US President Barack Obama's trip to the Asia-Pacific region this month was supposed to solidify his foreign policy "rebalance" to that region, which he began in 2011.

But tragedies, such as the Sewol ferry accident in South Korea, and the continuing mystery of Malaysian Airlines MH370, all but overshadowed the trip. And North Korea tossed in some nuclear threats for good measure. Read more here.