US Foreign Policy 1890-1920

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  • US Foreign Policy 1890-1920
    • WW1
      • Why did it join?
        • Lusitania
        • Historical ties with Britain
        • Trade
      • Why neutral?
        • No tradition of standing army
        • Tradition of neutralisty going back to founding fathers
        • against colonial  rule like Britain
      • TOV & LON
        • Wilson 14 Points
        • Wilson rejected
          • public opinion
          • Sovereignty
          • Irreconcilables
          • Isolationism - turn back on european affairs
          • Issues at home
    • Teddy Roosevelt
      • Panama Canal
        • Trade
        • Prestige
        • Access to Latin America
    • War with Spain
      • Why did it join?
        • Yellow Press
        • Sinking of USS Maine
    • Open Door
      • Why did it pursue a policy of Open Door?
        • Main aim to keep China free of colonial rule and free
        • Set out by John  Hay
        • Trade - competing with Eur nations
        • US expansion and influence
        • Boxer Revolt
    • 1920s
      • Open Door
      • rejected peace treaties & LON
      • disarmament
        • Washington Conf 1921
        • Kellogg-Briand Pact 1928
    • Latin America
      • dollar diplomacy
      • pan-americanism

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