college-history

posted by .

1. Should American foreign policy be based on our values and beliefs or on “real politics” (the real world)? Explain
2. Was American foreign policy, during the period 1890-1917, based upon humanitarian assumptions, bringing about a better world, or were our motives more commercial or Darwinian in nature? Explain.
3. Not many wars that America has been involved in have come about by the U.S. being directly attacked, as in the case of Pearl Harbor. Keeping this in mind, what is the role of the “loyal opposition” to a particular war?
4. In terms of foreign policy, what do you see as negative or positive aspects of basic progressive beliefs?
5. What reasons can you give, which justify America’s intervention in World War I? What reasons can you give, which cast doubt on the justification of World War I and the entrance of the U.S.?

  • college-history -

    We do not do the home work for you. If you want to post some answers we will critique these and offer advice.

  • college-history -

    its not homework but i wanted ideas on wat some answers might be...

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. world history

    How did the war in vietnam change American foreign policy?
  2. CIVICS

    A basic position in American foreign policy has been that America must defend its foreign interests related to trade and security. The main foreign policy position opposed to this American policy is called CAN U HELP ME ! i am confused …
  3. 12th grade american governmet

    Research Ronald Reagan especially with regards to their foreign policy and foreign involvement during their administration. Identify 3 aspects of their foreign policy or foreign events they involved the US with. for each of the events …
  4. American Democray

    The president's role in foreign policy increased largely because: a Congress proved so inept in foreign affairs that the american people demanded a change b America became more of a world poer c of the need to coordinate national economic …
  5. US History

    26. What were the major factors which shaped American foreign policy in the period 1890 to 1900?
  6. history

    Major outcomes of the Spanish-American War included all of the following EXCEPT: A. the establishment of an extensive American empire. B. the emergence of the nation’s status as a world power. C. the reluctance of the government …
  7. american government

    The presidents role in foreign policy increased largely because: A. Congress proved so inept in foreign affairs that the american people demanded a change. B. America became more of a world power. C. of the need to coordinate national …
  8. American Gov't

    The president's role in foreign policy increased largely because: A. Congress proved so inept in foreign affairs that the American people demanded a change. B. America became more of a world power. c. of the need to coordinate national …
  9. Civics

    1.   A basic position in American foreign policy has been that America must defend its foreign interests related to trade and security. The main foreign policy position opposed to this American policy is called  A. imperialism. …
  10. Civics

    1. A basic position in American foreign policy has been that America must defend its foreign interests related to trade and security. The main foreign policy position opposed to this American policy is called A. imperialism. B. militarism. …

More Similar Questions