• anonymous
Which best describes the Doctrine of Enlargement? A) a foreign policy stance that advocates multilateral engagement for the good and protection of an allied country B) a foreign policy stance that sets up a hierarchy within an alliance and puts US interests first C)a foreign policy stance that seeks to open markets,promote democracy,and defend weaker nations D)a foreign policy stance that espouses a unilateral approach to protecting the best interests of the United States E)a foreign policy stance that assumes the interests of many nations can be met without engagement in nation building
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  • Surana
I think the Doctrine of Enlargment referred to intervening in a country that has national problems. So I would make a guess it's the first of the odd numbers that you would seek.

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