How did us foreign policy between 1890 and 1919 change from previous policy directions?
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The President directs, and the day to day operations of policy are in the hands of the Secretary of State.
Were American foreign policy decisions in the 1920's justified?
The US would "bail" Britain out, by the use of the "Lend Lease Act" (Arsenal of Democracy...giving Britain Rifles, Pistols, Machineguns, Tanks, Warships, Food, Medical Supplie…s, Airplanes, Fuel, Clothing, Ammunition, Artillery Shells, Bombs, Lumber, etc...). In return, the US received base rights, and Britain's acceptance of the US Policy of no further colonialism...at the expense of the US taxpayers.
The US was never completely isolated from the rest of the world. Trade made the US an active member of world affairs. It was during the period of the 1890s that the US foreign… policy became influenced by imperialism. During that decade, the US became the most important industrial power in the world. That meant we had to find markets and areas to obtain raw materials. Business was also looking at other areas in the world as potential customers for our products. The US military, especially the Navy, was growing and expanding in other areas of the world where we had not had the ability to go in force before. The war with Spain and the presidency of T. Roosevelt also made the US a major economic, military, and imperialistic power.
In 1918, World War I ended and in 1941, World War II began. In between the time was the Roaring 20s era (a time of economic boom) and the Great Depression (quite the opposite)…. During this time, the US looked inward to focus economic growth (during the 20s) and smooth out the depression with the New Deal (in the 30s). The US adopted an "isolationist" policy in which they pretty much ignored (for the most part) foreign affairs. They didn't not want to nor did they need to get involved in world politics and warfare until 1941. You know what happened afterward. there was no economic boom at all. when the war ended unemployment jumped to over 11%. farming dropped off because there was no more foreign demand for American agriculture. America always had said that they wouldn't get into foreign affairs but as history shows they always have.
What were the motivations that caused the US to adopt a more expansionist foreign policy in the late 1890s?
A burgeoning economy in need of larger markets and more resources. This was fueled by "yellow press" and concept of American Exceptionalism.
It was now treated as a World Power.
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Containment of the free trade international market allowed the U.S. and communist countries to avoid nuclear confrontations helping to secure the peacetime foreign policy.
It did not change until WWII.
Germany's foreign policy was conservative and sought to preservethe balance of power in Europe
The Monroe Doctrine was the beginning of a long-term AmericanPolicy of preventing other great powers from interfering in LatinAmerican Political affairs. also keeping European… powers out of theAmericans, The Monroe Doctrine upheld Washington's policy ofavoiding entanglements in Eurpean power struggles.
After the 1860s, America was still in reconstruction after the Civil War. But during the turn of the century, American imperialism started with the Spanish-American war and th…e USS Maine incident. When America had received Puerto Rico and the Philippines from Spain after the war, imperialism in America was beginning to fall with the Anti-imperialist sentiment that was helped largely from author Mark Twain. After the 1900s however, American imperialism sum what ended, but still continues today.
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When it became clear that the U.S. had no interest in the liberation of the Philippines, Aguilnaldo's forces refused to ( etc. Welcome )