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Isolationism A national policy of avoiding participation in foreign affairs.
Unilateralism A national policy of acting without consultin others.
Moralism The policy of emphasizing morality in foreign affairs.
Pragmatism The policy of taking advantage of a situation for national gain.
Washington's Farewell Address Washington's 1796 final address as president in which he declared that the United States should avoid becoming involved in foreign alliances.
Barbary Wars Conflicts the United States fought in the early eighteenth century with North African states against their piracy.
Impressment The British practice in the early eighteenth century of stopping ships at sea to seize sailors suspected of having deserted the Royal Navy.
Embargo Act Passed by Congress in 1807 to prevent U.S. ships from leaving U.S. ports for foreign ports without the approval of the federal government.
War or 1812 Fought between the United States and Great Britain over impressment and U.S. territorial designs on Canada.
Monroe Doctrine President James Monroe's 1823 pledge that the United States would oppose attempts by European states to extend their political control into the Western Hemisphere.
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