Any decisions the US government makes that involve us and other countries.
The profession, activity, or skill of managing international relations, typically by a country's representatives abroad.
Commander in Chief
A head of state or officer in supreme command of a country's armed forces.
War Powers Act
The War Powers Act was an American emergency law that increased Federal power during World War II.
Highest ranking diplomat who represents a state.
A building containing the offices of an ambassador.
Central Intelligence Agency: the U.S. federal agency that coordinates governmental intelligence activities outside the United States.
A committee in the executive branch that advises the president on matters relating to domestic, military, and foreign security.
Senate/House Foreign Relations Committees
It is charged with leading foreign policy legislation and debate in the Senate.
NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, is a military alliance of European and North American democracies.
Warsaw Pact Countries
A military alliance of communist nations in eastern Europe.