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  • 1. Foreign Policy with Roosevelt, Taft, and Wilson AP U.S. History
  • 2. Roosevelt's Big Stick Policy
    • Roosevelt secured Panama as an individual nation separate from Columbia.
    • Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty granted the U.S. control of the canal zone in Panama.
      • 1904-1914
    • Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine
      • The U.S. reserved the right to intervene in the internal affairs of Latin American nations to keep European powers from using military force to collect debts.
  • 3. Rio de Janeiro Conference
    • Wanted to promote economic and political goodwill
      • “ Dollar Diplomacy”
        • Create international economic security and trade
    • Pan American Railway
  • 4. Asian influence
    • China
      • U.S. continues to pursue Open Door Policy
      • Segregation and restrictions of Chinese immigrants in California led Chinese national leaders to call for a boycott in 1905. Ended in 1906 without much change.
    • Russo-Japanese War
      • Roosevelt negotiated “Treaty of Portsmouth”
        • Received Nobel Peace Prize
    • Gentlemen's Agreement with Japan 1907
      • Japan agreed to restrict the emigration of unskilled Japanese workers to the U.S.
    • Great White Fleet
      • Display strength to Japan and China
  • 5. Foreign Relations 1907-1912
    • Tafts Dollar Diplomacy
      • American financial investments would encourage economic, social and political stability.
    • Mexican Revolution
      • Madero overthrew Diaz, Madero assassinated by Victoriano Huerta
      • Wilson urged Mexico to adopt a democratic government
      • Sent troops to invade Mexico
        • Ended when we enter WWI