– Foreign Relations

The Interlock is primarily concerned with what’s happening inside the US, but America isn’t isolated from the rest of the world – it’s heavily dependent on its interactions with outside nations, and thus international relations is a critical part of the Interlock.

 

Part 1:  A positive influence

Part 2:  The dilemmas of foreign policy

Part 3:  Interactions – Foreign Relations

 

Further reading in Foreign Relations

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