Foreign may refer to:
- Foreign corporation, a U.S. concept for a corporation that can do business outside its jurisdiction
- Foreign key, a constraint in a relational database
- Foreign language, a language not spoken by the people of a certain place
- Foreign policy, how a country interacts with other countries of the world
- Foreign film, also known as world cinema, are films and film industries of non-English speaking countries
- Foreign accent syndrome, a rare side effect of severe brain injury
- Foreign Policy, an American magazine
- An exogenous antigen that stimulates an immune response
- A concept in Buddhist philosophy, the "non-self" or "absence of separate self"
Other articles related to "foreign":
... Development (NZAID), a semi-autonomous body within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade ... In 2007 New Zealand was the sixth lowest foreign aid donor in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), based on proportion of gross national income (GNI ...
... Pakistan has a fierce independent foreign policy, especially when it comes to issues such as development of nuclear weapons, construction of nuclear reactors, foreign military purchases ...
... The Foreign policy of Pakistan sets out in the way it interacts with foreign nations and to determine its standard of interactions for its organizations, corporations and individual citizens ... The Foreign Minister of Pakistan is the official charged with state-to-state diplomacy, although the Prime minister maintains an ultimate authority over foreign policy ... The state foreign policy includes defining the national interest, as well as the economic interest and strategies chosen both to safeguard that and to achieve its policy goals ...
... The foreign relations of Mexico are directed by the President of the United Mexican States and managed through the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs ... The principles of the foreign policy are constitutionally recognized in the Article 89, Section 10, which include respect for international law and legal equality of states, their ... Once the order was reestablished, its foreign policy was built under hemispheric prestige in subsequent decades ...
... The foreign relations of New Zealand are oriented chiefly toward developed democratic nations and emerging Pacific economies ... parties have generally agreed on the broad outlines of foreign policy, and the current coalition government has been active in promoting free trade, nuclear ...
Famous quotes containing the word foreign:
“We are apt to say that a foreign policy is successful only when the country, or at any rate the governing class, is united behind it. In reality, every line of policy is repudiated by a section, often by an influential section, of the country concerned. A foreign minister who waited until everyone agreed with him would have no foreign policy at all.”
—A.J.P. (Alan John Percivale)
“The important thing about travel in foreign lands is that it breaks the speech habits and makes you blab less, and breaks the habitual space-feeling because of different village plans and different landscapes. It is less important that there are different mores, for you counteract these with your own reaction- formations.”
—Paul Goodman (19111972)
“If the dignity as well as the prestige and influence of the United States are not to be wholly sacrificed, we must protect those who, in foreign ports, display the flag or wear the colors of this Government against insult, brutality, and death, inflicted in resentment of the acts of their Government, and not for any fault of their own.”
—Benjamin Harrison (18331901)