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Harmon Vocab

Foreign policy A country's plan for dealing with other countries of the world.
Domestic Policy A country's plan for dealing with problems at home.
Diplomacy The art of dealing with foreign governments.
Treaties Written agreement between nations.
Pardon An official act by the president or by a governor for forgiving a person convicted of a crime and feeling that person from serving out his or her sentence.
Reprieve A postponement in the carrying out of a prison sentence.
Ambassador The highest ranking officials representing a government in a foreign country.
Embassy The official residence of an ambassador in a foreign country.
Passport Formal documents that allow U.S. citizens to travel abroad.
Visa Documents that allow people from one country to visit another country.
Joint Chiefs or Staff The group made up of the highest ranking officers from the army, navy, and air force that advises the president on military affairs.
Cabinet The leaders of the Executive departments, who also act as advisers to the president.
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