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  • Foreign Policy of the USA after the United States Presidential Election of 2008


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ID number:443419
Published: 13.02.2009.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
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First of all the Bush administration withdrew USA’s. support for several international agreements, including the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty with Russia
Besides that Bush authorized military intervention in Haiti and Liberia to protect interests of the USA.
At the same time Bush emphasized a careful approach to the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
Bush condemned the attacks by forces on the people of Darfur, and denounced the killings in Sudan as genocide.
Bush began his second term with an emphasis on improving strained relations with European nations and there was still a lot of problems to deal with – war on terrorism and conflicts all over the world – Afganistan, Iraq, North Korea and Syria. Still he has been critized a lot and world is waiting for some changes from the new president of the USA.
Barac Obama. Mixed-race junior senator from Illinois who shot to prominence at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. He began his official campaign on 10 February 2007 with a call for the Iraq war to end, saying US troops must withdraw by March 2008. His campaign bespeaks with very advised words with appeal to belive not just in his ability to bring real change in Washington, but also in own ability to change something.…

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