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DispatchFactbookInternational

by The United States of The First American Union. . 22 reads.

International Relationships WIP

International Relations

Allies

These are countries with whom The United States shares entrenched political, cultural, and diplomatic ties, are popular with citizens of The United States, and with whom The United States has or has had free trade agreements and defensive pacts.

Friends

These are nations with whom The United States shares a great deal of similarities with and are popular at home, but does not have the same level of involvement with as nations it considers to be allies. The United States likely shares free trade agreements with these countries.

Neutral

These are countries whose intentions The United States does not like or dislike, or have been deemed inscrutable. The United States may or may not maintain relations with these countries, but even if it does, it does not consider the relationship strong enough to consider the other nation a
Friend.

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International Organizations

This section includes America's opinions on the various international organizations that exist. Since it cannot be at war with an international organization, those organizations it feels diametrically opposed to are listed as
OPPOSED.

    MEMBER - United Nations: General Assembly, Security Council, Economic and Social Council
    MEMBER - International Olympic Committee

Cautious

These are countries The United States believes to have motives that are not in line with its own long-term policy. They are likely unpopular at home, and though some may lie closer to neutral, there is likely some conflicting ideology or policy difference. Unlike nations that The United States is
Hostile towards or At War with, The United States is willing to maintain cordial diplomatic relations with these countries.

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Hostile

These are nations deeply unpopular at home and believed to be completely opposed to America's long-term policy and ideological stance. If The United States maintains relations with these nations, they are almost constantly strained.

At War

These are nations The United States is actively at war with.

    The United States is not currently at war.

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