International Affairs

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International Affairs is the study of world leading geopolitics and the gloabl analysis of economic, trade, space, maritime security and domestic relations. Foreign relations builds the basis of international interactions and cooperation through bilateral and multilateral agreements. International affairs can result in the production of new economic products, domestic public relations, international security measures, and political identification. 

International affairs has many aspects that contribute to our world view in geopolitics. For instance, foreign affairs officers and diplomats build relationships that can foster new economic trade relations. Economic attaches help political leaders build new intelligence policies on foreign countries that are interested in cooperating with the United States of America. Many international personnel that reside in the US work on countless intelligence collection tasks that produce new outcomes for international tranquility. Data collection includes human intelligence (HUMINT) gathering that allows personnel to use foreign languages and cultures to interact with other foreign allies of the United States of America. HUMINT gathering techniques include dispute resolution, settlement agreements, personnel management, cultural diversity, international seminars, research collection institutions, international publicly traded companies and private firms, 

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The United States of America has made new administrative advancements to rethinking strategy and statecraft for the twenty-first century international developments. Financial interactions, intelligence community building, analysis of geospatial imagery, surveillance, special forces, covert operations and cyber warfare have been new technologically driven intelligence policies. Many intelligence personnel have been adapting to the Biden-Harris intelligence approach to commanding the 18 federal agencies and offices that rule intelligence for the United States government. Critical intelligence challenges for the twenty-first century are interventionist Russia, authoritarian China. nuclear disarmament by Iran and North Korea, transnational terrorist organizations of ISIS, AQIM, and Boko Haram. 

Besides the international intelligence collection challenge, the U.S. has been involved in many North and South American struggles regionally. North American relations have been stronger since the Biden-Harris administration has taken office with Canada being a vigilant international partner to keep regional stability of the North. South American relations have been building with new 2022 presidential elections in Brazil, Colombia, and Costa Rica. 

North and South American regional support has gathered new geospatial imagery that can help many underdeveloped communities prepare for natural disaster impacts. Humanitarian relief aid has always been a strong cooperation agreement with the United States and regional allies. The developing countries that are working on climate approved infrastructure have been historically acceptable to new natural disaster prevention technologies. The United States has been an advocate for many regional countries that produce vital international trade products which build into the interdependency of the North and South American region.