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The United States foreign policy of Neutrality in the early years of the country.
The first foreign policy of the United States was neutrality. Just overcoming the English and getting liberty, the US faced the difficult undertaking of forming a new country. In an attempt to protect themselves from taking part in the quarrels of the Europeans and focusing on domestic affairs, a path of neutrality was followed. The roots of this first strategy can be seen as early as the administration of George Washington.
Soon after Washington's inauguration in 1789, the French Revolution began. As the revolution deepened and became bloodier, the English wanted to utilize the weakness…
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