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Which of the following foreign policy positions describes sending military to a conflict area in an attempt to resolve the situation? imperialism isolationism interventionism internationalism
Sending military to a conflict area in an attempt to resolve the situation is called interventionism.
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User: Which of the following foreign policy positions describes sending military to a conflict area in an attempt to resolve the situation? imperialism isolationism interventionism internationalism

Weegy: Sending military to a conflict area in an attempt to resolve the situation is called interventionism.
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User: People who see the United States as acting as the “World's Police” focus on U.S. policies that reflect isolationism imperialism interventionism internationalism





Weegy: People who see the United States as acting as the "World's Police" focus on U.S. policies that reflect INTERVENTIONISM.
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