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  • Democracy promotion [r]: Policies, assistance, external organizations and even military action that contribute to the formation of democratic societies in previously authoritarian states; the means for funding such action [e]
  • Failed state [r]: A nation or quasi-nation unable to deliver minimal governance services to its citizens; there may not even be a functioning government [e]
  • Globalization [r]: The interaction of peoples, cultures, and businesses worldwide, which tend to overcome traditional national and cultural boundaries [e]
  • Liberal internationalism [r]: A political philosophy that sees the greatest world benefits coming from an active movement to an international order, not necessarily world government [e]
  • Jacksonian nationalism [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Memorandum of Understanding [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Peace operations [r]: Operations other than all-out war, conducted by neutral parties, to ensure the continuance of a peace, or, in the face of resistance, to enforce it. [e]
  • Realism (foreign policy) [r]: A concept, in foreign policy, that actors can cooperate on matters of common external concern, without attempting to reform one anothers' internal structures [e]
  • Weak state [r]: A nation whose government or institutions are unable, or unwilling, to provide a significant set of essential public services, including just and legitimate government, physical security, food and health, and minimal economic development; contrast with failed state, which provides essentially none [e]

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