2017-01-24T11:07:55ZThe Oslo Accords, which Israel and Palestine signed in 1993, were supposed to end the decades-old fight between them. Hesitation on both sides, however, derailed the process, leaving the United States and other entities once again trying to mediate an end to the Middle East conflict.
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZThe U.S., Israel and Palestine have a long history of rocky diplomatic relations.
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZEveryone knows that when Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 he was freeing American slaves. But did you know the abolition of slavery was also a key element of Lincoln's foreign policy?
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZThe Geneva Accords of 1954 were an attempt to end eight years of fighting between France and Vietnam. They did that, but they also set the stage for the American phase of fighting in Southeast Asia.
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZThis article discusses what sanctions are, describes different types of sanctions, gives examples of sanctions, and explains problems sanctions can cause.
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2017-01-24T11:07:55ZWhile the United States has had some sort of sanction levied against Iran for most of 30 years, few of them have levered Iran into compliance with international rules regarding terrorism or nuclear energy. By early 2012, however, evidence appears to be mounting that sanctions -- both by the U.S. and its global allies -- are hurting Iran.
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2017-01-24T11:07:55ZMultilateralism refers to cooperation among several nations, usually in economic or diplomatic affairs.
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZA profile of the long, sometimes tumultuous, relationship between the United States and Russia as it has developed over the last half-century.
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZWhat's the importance of foreign policy and why should Americans care? Our resident expert Keith Porter explains the significance and what can be done
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZThe murder of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics forced changes in the way the United States handles diplomatic security.
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZThe Christmas season of 1972 brought a brutal American air campaign over North Vietnam. Known as the Christmas Bombing, it was President Richard Nixon's practice of foreign policy by force.
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZA description of the War Powers Act of 1973, its function and intent.
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZA look at the US-Russian relationship from 1922 to present, from Keith Porter--your About Guide to U.S. Foreign Policy
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZOverview of the milestones in diplomatic relations between the United States and France.
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZUnited States foreign policy changed in some very noticeable ways after September 11, 2001. In other ways, foreign policy after 9/11 has remained the same.
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZWho shapes U.S. foreign policy today? And what role can state and local governments play in supporting or changing it?
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZUS foreign aid is an essential part of American foreign policy. The U.S. extends it to developing nations and for military or disaster assistance.
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZA profile of the relationship between the United States and China, from About Expert to U.S. Foreign Policy Keith Porter.
2017-01-24T11:07:55ZThe US and Cuba have had a complex and hostile relationship for more than 50 years. Read more about the communism conflict and the modern repercussions.
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2017-01-24T11:07:55ZWhile the term. US Foreign Policy.