The History of Foreign Relations of the United States

Exploring HeinOnline, Foreign Relations of the U.S.
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The United States has formal diplomatic relations with most countries, including all United Nations member states, as well as with the European Union, the Holy See, and Kosovo. Recent global actions of the United States have made headlines: the decision to withdraw from the Paris Accord, the stated refusal to certify Iran’s compliance with the Iran Nuclear Program, and escalating tensions and repeated threats of military action against North Korea, among several others.

HeinOnline contains an essential collection of documents useful for forming a detailed understanding of the history of today’s foreign policies and international relations. The Foreign Relations of the United States series…

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Exploring HeinOnline: American Foreign Policy Current Documents

Exploring HeinOnline, Foreign Relations of the U.S.
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Coming Soon to the Foreign Relations of the United States Library!

We are pleased to announce that this set will soon be available in the Foreign Relations of the United States Library. American Foreign Policy Current Documents presents the public foreign policy messages, addresses, statements, interviews, press briefings and conferences, and congressional testimony by the executive branch of the U.S. Government. The 11 volumes of this set cover all major foreign policy subjects and geographical areas. Since the full public record on each major foreign affairs issue would be excessively large, only the most important documents or portions of documents on the major issues are included.

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