Foreign Policy Planning/Implementation
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Government programs that are responsible for formulating and executing foreign policy (including negotiating treaties and agreements with foreign nations) with the objective of promoting the national security and well-being. These programs determine and analyze the facts relating to overseas interests, make recommendations on policy and future action, take necessary steps to carry out established policy, and consult with the public, elected representatives, other government departments and agencies, and foreign governments. Responsibilities include diplomatic security, economic and business affairs, intelligence and research, international communications and information policy, international law enforcement, consular affairs, political/military affairs and diplomatic protocol.
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