Foreign affairs (disambiguation)
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Foreign affairs, or foreign policy, consists of strategies chosen by a state to safeguard its national interests and to achieve goals in international relations.
Foreign affairs may also refer to:
- Ministry of foreign affairs, a governmental cabinet department; includes a list of Foreign Ministries
- Foreign relations, a state's ongoing management of international relationships
- Diplomacy, the art and practice of conducting negotiations between states
- International relations, an academic field of study
- Civil affairs, a term used by the United Nations and military organizations to cover methods of dealing with civilian populations
- Foreign Affairs (magazine), an American journal of international relations
- Foreign Affairs (novel), a 1984 novel by Alison Lurie
Film and television
- Foreign Affaires, a 1935 British comedy film
- A Foreign Affair, a 1948 American romantic comedy film by Billy Wilder
- Foreign Affairs (1964 TV series), a 1964 ITV British sitcom and spin-off of Bootsie and Snudge
- Foreign Affairs (1966 TV series), a 1966 BBC British sitcom starring Leslie Phillips
- "Foreign Affairs" (Family Guy), an episode of Family Guy
- Foreign Affair: The Farewell Tour, a 1990 concert tour by Turner
- Foreign Affair (Frankie Laine album), a 1958 album by Frankie Laine and Michel Legrand
- Foreign Affair (Tina Turner album), a 1989 album by Tina Turner
- Foreign Affairs (album), a 1977 album by Tom Waits
- A Foreign Affair (album), a 1997 album by Gasolin'
- A Foreign Affair II, double compilation album released by Gasolin' in 2002
- Foreign Affair (Tom Waits song) covered by Manhattan Transfer 1980
- "Foreign Affair" (Tina Turner song), the title song
- "Foreign Affair" (Mike Oldfield song), 1983
- A Foreign Affair (company), an international dating and marriage agency
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