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Title: Foreign%20policy%20proposed%20by%20Theodore%20Roosevelt.%20The%20idea%20was%20to%20use%20military%20strength%20to%20enforce%20US%20foreign%20policy.


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Foreign policy proposed by Theodore Roosevelt.
The idea was to use military strength to enforce
US foreign policy.
Big Stick
2
A Chinese uprising in 1900 against the influence
of foreign nations in China. The rebellion was
stopped by an international force of soldiers.
Boxer Rebellion
3
Area of nations in the Western Hemisphere
comprised of nations south of Mexico to Panama.
Central America
4
The opportunity for businesses to provide the
best product or service at the lowest price.
Usually associated with capitalism and the free
enterprise system.
competition
5
The art of negotiations between different nations.
diplomacy
6
Term used during William H. Tafts
administration, associated with the US foreign
policy that supported American private investment
overseas. This policy increased Americas
prestige while bringing stability to
underdeveloped areas without the use of American
force or the use of the taxpayers money.
Dollar Diplomacy
7
Taking control of another nations territory
through political, economic, or military means
similar to imperialism as practiced in the 1890s.
Expansionism
8
The diplomatic policies and position taken by a
nation toward other nations regarding political
or economic relations, insuring the protection of
their own self-interest.
foreign policy
9
A publisher and political figure who used yellow
journalism to sell the NY Journal during the
late 1890s.
William Randolph Hearst
10
Government policy of annexing territory by force
or political pressure.
imperialism
11
Area of South America, south of Panama,
considered to have been influenced by the Spanish
language and culture during the period of
exploration.
Latin America
12
The policy suggested by Secretary of State John
Hay in 1900 toward China, allowing all nations to
have access to trade in other nations spheres
of influence.
Open Door Policy
13
Built between 1904 and 1914, it linked the
Pacific and Atlantic Ocean, helping to lower the
cost of transporting goods.
Panama Canal
14
Declaration announced by Theodore Roosevelt, in
1904, claiming that the United States had the
right to intervene in the Western Hemisphere to
preserve law and order. Regarded as an extension
of the Monroe Doctrine.
Roosevelt Corollary
15
A Progressive President, he served from
1901-1908. He used the power of the presidency
to deal directly with social and economic
problems, Most notably remembered as the
conservation President.
Theodore Roosevelt
16
The war between the United States and Spain,
fought in Cuba and the Philippines, in 1898. The
war led to the US acquisition of several
territories controlled by Spain, a national
debate between the imperialists and the
anti-imperialists, and an increased involvement
of America in both Latin America and Asian
affairs.
Spanish-American War
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A term used to describe control over foreign
nations through economic or trade policies for
example, influence of foreign nations over the
trade in China around 1900.
Spheres of Influence
18
This American battleship was in Havana harbor to
protect American lives and property. On February
15, 1898 it exploded, killing 260 crew members.
Many believed that Spain was responsible.
Remember the Maine! became a battle cry for
those wanting war. The Spanish-American War
started soon after.
U.S.S. Maine
19
The geographic area which includes North, South,
and Central America, surrounded by the Atlantic
and Pacific Oceans.
Western Hemisphere
20
Sensational style of reporting, first used during
the late 1800s to attract or influence readers.
yellow journalism
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