Theodore Roosevelt: Big Stick Diplomacy
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Theodore Roosevelt: Big Stick Diplomacy
The idea of big stick diplomacy is to negotiate from strength, making it clear that, if necessary, military action is possible.
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lexi shea's curator insight, February 11, 2015 1:25 PM

this tells about what foreign policy he had.

What foreign policy did he have?

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Obama's Corollary To Teddy Roosevelt's Famous Policy -Currant Historical Website #2

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President Barack Obama invokes Teddy Roosevelt's...
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Presidential History Geeks - Roosevelt and Big Stick Diplomacy (Historical Website #3)

Presidential History Geeks - Roosevelt and Big Stick Diplomacy (Historical Website #3) | Theodore Roosevelt: Big Stick Diplomacy | Scoop.it
On September 2, 1901 (111 years ago today) Theodore Roosevelt uttered his famous phrase "speak softly and carry a big stick." He was Vice-President at the time, but would become President twelve days later on September 14, 1901, following the death...
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Roosevelt Corollary- Historical Website #1

In what cam to be known as the Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctorine, Roosevelt asserted that European nations should not intervene in countries to the south of the US, however under certian conditions, United States intervention might be justified.

 

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HistoryWiz: Big Stick Diplomacy (Primary Doc.3)

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America wanted, Latin America to honor their finacial commitment, while meantime British, German, and Italin gunboats had blocked Venzualas river because they did not pay debts to their bound holders this caught the attention of President Roosevelt. He then exercised "Internation Policy Power".

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Theodore Roosevelt:

26th President of the United States of America. Know for Great white fleet, nobel prize for negotiation of peace in Russo--Japanese War.

Sentence: Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th President of the US and the man who started -Big stick diplomacy.

 

Roosevelt Corollary:

Roosevelt's 1904 extention of the Monroe Doctrine, stating that the United States has the right to protect its economic interest in South and Central America by using military force/action.

Sentence: The Roosevelt Corollary is what gives the US the right to use military action if we see fit.

 

Monroe Doctrine:

A US policy, originated by President James Monroe in 1832, that any intervention by external powers in the politics of the Americas is a potentially hostile act agasint the US.

Sentence: The Monroe Doctrine is a policy set in 1832.

 

Hostile:

Unfriendly; antagonistic

Sentence: Some might say that Big Stick Diplomacy is hostile.

 

Imperialism:

A policy of extending a country's power and influence  through diplomacy or military force.

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Big Stick Diplomacy:

Diplomatic policy developed by Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt, where the "big stick" symbolizes his power and readiness to use military force if necessary. It's a way of intimidating countries without harming them and was the basis of the US imperialistic forgien policy.

Sentence: Big Stick Diplomacy is part of the Monroe Doctrine per Theodore Roosevelt.

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"Hans Morgenthau and the Iraq war: realism versus neo-conservatism by John J Mearsheimer in OpenDemocracy The renowned American foreign-policy realist Hans Morgenthau (1904-80) opposed the Vietnam war..."

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Theodore Roosevelt's Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine (1905)-Historical Website #3

Theodore Roosevelt's Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine (1905)-Historical Website #3 | Theodore Roosevelt: Big Stick Diplomacy | Scoop.it

In his annual messages to Congress in 1904 and 1905, President Theodore Roosevet expanded the Monroe Doctorine. The Corollary stated that not only were the nations of the Western Hemisphere not open to colonization by European Powers, but that the United states had the responisblity to preserve order and protect  life and property in those countries.

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Uncle Sam's Message- U.S Imperialism (Primary Doc. 2)

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America wanted, Latin America to honor their financial  commitment, while meantime British, German, and Italian gunboats had blocked Venzualas river because they did not pay debts to their bound holders this caught the attention of President Roosevelt. He then exercised "Internation Policy Power". 

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