George Washington’ Foreign Policy: Comparisons across U.S. History
Use this lesson at the end of the unit to review foreign policy throughout U.S. history.
Ukraine and U.S. Foreign Policy Throughout History
Explores the history of U.S. foreign policy.
International Relations and the Constitutional Separation of Powers
In 1787 the Constitution granted significant new powers to the central government, including those traditionally held by sovereign nations. In response to Anti-Federalist concerns about a too-powerful central government, James Madison explained that the new system of government was designed to work with human nature.