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America's New Foreign Policy
The Panama Canal A.French buy 25-year concession from Colombia B. Abandoned 10 years later
Panama Canal, cont. C. T.R. backs revolution D. Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty E. Finished ahead of schedule
Canal Challenges 1.Moving heavy machinery 2. Differing elevations 3. Quantity of rocks & soil
Roosevelt's Diplomacy: “Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far.”
Roosevelt Corollary 1. Denied U.S. wanted more territory 2.U.S. would intervene to prevent intervention 3. Intervention common in Latin America
Taft's Main Goals 1. Maintain open door to Asia 2. Preserve stability in Latin America
Dollar Diplomacy: Maintaining order abroad by American investment in foreign economies
Wilson & Mexico 1. Interfered in Mexican politics 2. “Pancho” Villa 3. Soured relationships
Anti-Imperialism 1. Moral & political 2. Racial 3. Economic
Pro-Imperialism 1. New frontier 2. Celebration of American spirit 3. Practical advantages
The Great White Fleet 1. T.R. sends navy on a cruise around the world 2. Designed to demonstrate impressive naval force
MS. JEROME Early 20 th Century Foreign Policy. A Changing Era The dawn of the 20 th century saw the U.S. as an imperial power. Each president of the new.
US as a World Power Roosevelt unwilling to allow European powers to control world’s political and economic destiny without the US having a sayRoosevelt.
Chapter 17 Section 3 A New Foreign Policy.
U.S. Imperialism The “New” Diplomacy.
A New Foreign Policy Chapter 10: Section 3.
The “Big Stick” America Why a Changes in Foreign Policy? US new world power Foreign policy was a realm for President to expand his power.
Imperialism Through the Presidents AP US History A brief recap.
New American Diplomacy Ch 4.3. Thursday, March 8, 2012 Daily goal: Understand America’s role in Panama’s Revolution and building the Panama Canal. Understand.
For your calendar: Foreign Affairs Imperialism Map.
Spheres of Influence-McKinley China European powers carve China into distinct spheres of influence Each power has access to Chinese ports and markets.
M2/25/13; M2/6/12; H2/10/11; T2/9/10; F2/15/08; T2/6/07; H2/9/06 Foreign Policy Under Progressive Presidents (Ch. 23.1; pp )
What is dollar diplomacy? What is moral diplomacy?
TR, Taft, Wilson Imperial Presidencies. TR’s Foreign Policy U.S. needs a canal to help save time & $ US starts a revolt for independence from Colombia.
William McKinley. Open Door Policy. This stated that all nations should have equal trading rights regardless of spheres of influence This stated that.
Warm-up: What does this cartoon represent?. Foreign Policy.
Teddy, Taft, and Wilson Unit 2 Lesson 5. Objectives Review Span-Amer War: causes, events, and outcomes Compare and contrast the foreign policies of.
Foreign Policies of McKinley, Roosevelt, Taft, & Wilson
U.S. Imperialism The “New” Diplomacy. Monroe Doctrine Cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy in the Western Hemisphere USA warned Europe NOT to.
Chapter 21: Acquiring and Managing Global Power Chapter 21: Acquiring and Managing Global Power.
Roosevelt, Taft & Wilson. Theodore Roosevelt Panama Canal: water route between the Atlantic & Pacific Oceans France began the construction but abandoned.
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