anonymous
  • anonymous
What term describes all the actions a nation takes in dealing with other countries of the world? A. foreign affairs B. isolationism C. foreign policy D. domestic affairs
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A most likely
anonymous
  • anonymous
We can eliminate D because Domestic, like with a domestic house cat is involved with only our country and we are looking for other countries. Also by definition this only includes our country! We can eliminate B because isolationism involves avoiding affairs with other countries, which again is not what we are looking for. Now we have foreign policy and foreign affairs. (A)Foreign policy :is a goverements tactics in approaching other countries (D)Foreign affairs is by definition: matters having to do with international relations and with the interests of the home country in foreign countries. So which one is it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
edit: (A) is foreign affairs and (C) is foreign policy

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anonymous
  • anonymous
it's a
anonymous
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correct

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