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Transcript
Day Two:
Students will compare and contrast various nations’ governments and predict the U.S. Governments
foreign policy towards the nation by reading chapter 25-1, 25-2, 25-3
Agenda:
1.
Drill-review of goals/terms
2.
CE
3.
Compare foreign Governments of Great Britain, France, Japan, Poland, South Africa, Mexico,
China, Cuba, Iran, (disregard p. 707 (Iraq)
4.
Take notes from reading
Directions: Read chapter 25, sections 1, 2, and 3 and answer the following questions.
COUNTRY
WHO LEADS/What type of
WHAT DO YOU THINK THE U.S.
government does it have?
FOREIGN POLICY IS TOWARDS
THIS NATION? Why?
Great
Britain
France
Japan
Poland
South
Africa
Mexico
China
Cuba
Iran
What is a Parliamentary Government?
What is the difference between a Parliamentary Government and the system of
Government we have in the United States?
What is a Prime Minister? What is the difference between a Prime Minister and a
President?
Define Apartheid:
What country had apartheid?
What tool of Foreign Policy did the United States use to get Apartheid ended? Did it
work?
Who became a symbol of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa?
What happened at Tiananmen Square?
Did the protest at Tiananmen Square work?
NAME______________________ DATE____________________ warm up-Foreign Policy
Use your notes and chapter 22 in the red text if needed.
1.
The person who supervises all diplomatic activities of the U.S. Government?
a.
secretary of defense
b.
vice president
c.
national security advisor
d.
secretary of state
2.
The power to declare war belongs to:
a.
the secretary of state
b.
c.
the President
d.
3.
the secretary of defense
the Congress
These are diplomatic representatives of nations:
a.
Congress
b.
ambassadors c.
Treaties
d.
4.
The head of the State Department is the __________________________
5.
If you are going to travel outside of the United States you need a:
a.
Visa
b.
Attorney
c.
Passport
6.
The commander in chief of the U.S. military is the:
a.
Congress
b. Secretary of State C. President
Détente
d. airline ticket
d. Secretary of defense
7.
All males when they reach age 18 are required to:
a. obtain a passport
b. obtain a visa
c. serve in the military
d. register for the draft
8.
The U.S. Cabinet department that handles all foreign affairs is the Department of:
a.
State
B.
Defense
C.
Treasury
D.
Justice
9.
Which of the following is a defense treaty?
a.
NATO
B.
U.N.
C.
NAFTA
D. EU
10.
Congress imposes a tax on all foreign beer imported into the United States. Bob has a limited
amount of money, but is really thirsty for beer. Which beer would be the least expensive for Bob?
a.
Budweiser
b.
Corona
c. Heineken
d.
Amstel Light
11.
What is the primary goal of a bill that would put a higher tax on foreign goods imported to the
Untied States?
a.
To get people to drink less beer
b.
To get people to buy more American
products
c.
To make imported products cheaper d.
To make U.S. products of a better quality
12.
Which of these would most likely NOT take place in North Korea (Dictatorship)?
a.
Government leaders decide what will be taught in school
B. Government leaders allow people
to vote
c.
Government leaders decide what television shows will air
D. Government leaders restrict
people’s
ability to travel
13.
The United Nations was formed to:
a.
Serve as a place for nations to trade with each other
b.
Prevent future world
establish a military alliance
d.
create a single world
wars
c.
currency
14.
Which of these clauses from the United States Constitution gave Congress the authority to
approve the
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)?
A.
“To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations …”
counterfeiting …”
C. “To provide for the Punishment of
“To borrow Money on the credit of the U.S.
B.
D. …” “To coin Money, regulate the Value
thereof
15.
In the 1980s, the United States, some European countries, and the United Nations banned the
trade of certain goods and services to South Africa. The policy was in response to South African laws
which enforced racial segregation. Which of these best describes this action toward South Africa?
A.
B.
the use of diplomacy to gain military strength
C.
the use of free trade to build military alliances
the use of financial aid to win political support
D. the use of economic sanctions to bring about social
change
16. The United States protects its national security most directly by
A
passing environmental laws
B
entering into military alliances
C
providing low interest loans to poor nations
D
signing free trade agreements with bordering nations
17. Which of these is an example of an economic sanction?
A
providing poor countries with humanitarian aid
B
creating trade alliances with bordering countries
C
refusing to meet with a diplomatic representative of a dictatorship
D
ending trade with a country that has a poor human rights record
18. Which of these statements about the United Nations (UN) is true?
F
Its membership rules exclude poor nations.
G
Its policies discourage international cooperation.
H
Its councils elect leaders for many nations.
J
Its goals include international stability.
Short Answer: The United States provides financial aid to poor nations.



Explain ways our foreign aid to other countries has benefited the United States.
Do you think the benefits of foreign aid are worth the cost? Explain why or why
not.
Include details and examples to support your response.