Foreign Policy of The George W. Bush Administration

Foreign Policy Of The George W. Bush Administration

During his campaign for election as President of the United States, George W. Bush's foreign policy platform included support for a stronger economic and political relationship with Latin America, especially Mexico, and a reduction of involvement in "nation building" and other small-scale military engagements.

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