Many of the declaration principles are broad and idealistic choose one to analyze addressing the potential problem that could arise when it becomes implemented as a law
the spanish-american war represented the change of american foreign policy from isolationism to expansionist tendencies. america was now willing to take part in global affairs. usa was hungry for more land and america realized the importance of domination in world affairs so it was now in favor of using military force.
the correct answer is: "increasing understanding of american values and creating a receptive international environment".
in the 1950s international tensions shaped the emergence of two that two confronted blocs in the global sphere: the western bloc leaded in the us and constituted by the capitalist countries under its influence and the eastern bloc leaded by the urss and constituted by the communist countries under its influence.
together with the containment strategy against communism, the us aimed to spread the american values and way of life worldwide, even within the eastern bloc, organizing events with us jazz players in its capital moscow. the intention was to show, in the heart of the urss, how the american model that they critized so much was not that bad if, for example, it was producing such good quality music.
at the bottom of the social pyramid in egypt was slaves.
pretty sure it was 13 states