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Major US Foreign Policies
Foreign Policy
Imperialism
Describe the Policy
Situations where it was used
Neutrality
Isolationism
Containment
Reliance on
International
Organizations
Collective
Security
Détente
Foreign Policy Developments
Policy
Monroe Doctrine
Manifest Destiny
Open Door Policy
Big Stick Policy
Good Neighbor Policy
Truman Doctrine
Marshall Plan
Reagan Doctrine
Why Issued
Describe the Policy
"Our true policy is to steer clear of permanent alliances . .."
-George Washington
President Washington made this statement to warn against
United States involvement in
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European military conflicts
international trade
the race for overseas colonies
westward expansion
The phrase “by military conquest, treaty, and purchase” best
describes the
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steps in the growth of American industry
methods used to expand the territory of the United
States
major parts of President Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen
Points
causes of the United States entry into the Korean War
Which geographic advantage did the United States gain by
purchasing the Louisiana Territory from France in 1803?
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warm-water ports on the Atlantic coast
rich fishing areas in the Great Lakes
full control of the Mississippi River
vast coal reserves in the region west of Pennsylvania
Which statement best describes President Theodore
Roosevelt’s foreign policy position toward Latin America in
the early 1900’s?
Early in the 20th century, Presidents William Taft and
Woodrow Wilson used the concept of dollar diplomacy to
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Throughout United States history, the most important aim of
the country’s foreign policy has been
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The United States should reduce its involvement in
Latin American affairs.
The Monroe Doctrine permits the United States to
intervene actively in the affairs of Latin American
nations.
Latin American nations should form an organization
to help them achieve political and economic stability.
The United States should give large amounts of
financial aid to help the poor of Latin Amenca.
The Monroe Doctrine declared that the United States would
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prevent the establishment of new European colonies
anywhere in the world
help colonies in North and South America adopt a
democratic form of government
view European interference in the Americas as a
threat to the national interest of the United States
prevent other nations from trading with South
American nations
Why did the United States formulate the Open Door policy
toward China?
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to develop democratic institutions and practices in
China
to prevent a European and Japanese monopoly of
Chinese trade and markets
to establish a military presence on the Chinese
mainland
to support Japanese efforts to industrialize China
From 1900 to 1915, a basic aim of United States foreign
policy was to
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develop close economic ties with African nations
oppose revolutionary movements in western Europe
promote United States influence in Latin America
prevent the spread of communism in western Europe
and Asia
participation in international organizations
advancement of national self-interest
containment of communism
development of military alliances
Involvement in the Spanish-American War, acquisition of
Hawaii, and introduction of the Open Door policy in China
were actions taken by the United States Government to
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establish military alliances with other nations
gain overseas markets and sources of raw materials
begin the policy of manifest destiny
support isolationist forces in Congress
Which argument was used to support United States acquisition
of overseas possessions in the late 1800’s?
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help European nations avoid war
expand United States influence in China
protect United States investments in Latin America
support welfare programs for immigrants to the
United States
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The United States needed to obtain raw materials and
new markets.
The spread of Marxist ideas had to be stopped
because they threatened world peace.
The United States should be the first world power to
build a colonial empire.
The doctrine of Manifest Destiny had become
obsolete.
The Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan represented
attempts by the United States to deal with the
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national debt
spread of communism
President’s political opposition
arms race
Both the Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba (1961) and the invasion
of Panama (1989) are examples of United States attempts to
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eliminate unfriendly governments geographically
close to the United States
cultivate good relations with Latin American nations
stop the drug trade
end the Cold War
“An attack on one shall be considered an attack on all.” This
statement summarizes the foreign policy known a
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colonialism
nonalignment
appeasement
collective security
The intent of the War Powers Act of 1973 is to limit the
President’s power to
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send troops to rescue Americans held captive by
terrorists in a foreign nation
use troops to defend against an armed attack on the
United States
send troops to suppress a riot in an American city
commit troops to major military operations in a
foreign nation