2 edition of Interpretations of the Monroe doctrine found in the catalog.
Interpretations of the Monroe doctrine
in [New York?]
Written in English
|Statement||by Rafael Montúfar ... Tr. from the Spanish by Aloysius C. Gahan ...|
|Contributions||Gahan, Aloysius C., tr.|
|LC Classifications||JX1425 .M77|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 30 p.|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||12020189|
We will also display different views and interpretations of the Monroe Doctrine by both American and foreign nations as well as prominent leaders. Although the Monroe Doctrine is not as present in today’s discussions of foreign affairs as it was in previous centuries, when it was introduced in , it displayed many of the core beliefs that. The first book-length analysis of the Monroe Doctrine in more than a quarter century, Jay Sexton’s lucidly and engagingly written volume is a significant addition to the literature examining nineteenth-century U.S. foreign relations. In this compact but broad-ranging interpretation, Sexton expertly probes the domestic and international.
Sexton (American History/Corpus Christi Coll., Univ. of Oxford; Debtor Diplomacy: Finance and American Foreign Relations in the Civil War Era, –, , etc.) demonstrates the haphazard formulation of what has become known as the Monroe Doctrine (), and examines how its interpretations altered during the next years, as the once. The Monroe Doctrine was conceptualized out of a speech delivered to the United States Congress by then President James Monroe in , it outlined at the time, US policy towards the Western Hemisphere, and how the US visualized external interference and set the parameters that explained in detailed how any move by the European nations to colonize that part of the world would be handled.
But the Monroe Doctrine has been interpreted and employed by many presidents since to justify interfering in, or staying out of, the affairs of neighboring countries. About the Book Author. Steve Wiegand is an award-winning political journalist and history writer. Over a year career. The Monroe Doctrine President James Monroe, excerpt from seventh annual message to Congress, December 2, In President James Monroe laid out a policy in his State of the Union address to Congress that rejected European expansion in the Western Hemisphere. Although he developed.
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Covering more than a century of history, this engaging book explores the varying conceptions of the doctrine as its meaning evolved in relation to the needs of an expanding American empire. In Jay Sexton's adroit hands, the Monroe Doctrine provides a new lens from which to view the paradox at the center of American diplomatic history: the Cited by: James Monroe (), the fifth U.S.
president, oversaw major westward expansion of the U.S. and strengthened American foreign policy in with the Monroe Doctrine. The Monroe Doctrine was a United States policy that opposed European colonialism in the began in ; however, the term "Monroe Doctrine" itself was not coined until The Doctrine was issued on December 2, at a time when nearly all Latin American colonies of Spain and Portugal had achieved, or were at the point of gaining, Interpretations of the Monroe doctrine book from the Portuguese and Spanish Empires.
A review of key events in the development of the Monroe Doctrine. I'm guessing that all of the essential information included this book can also be found in several older works, particularly Dexter Perkins's classic study of the Doctrine and Samuel Flagg Bemis's survey of U.S.-Latin American relations/5.
The Monroe Doctrine was the declaration by President James Monroe, in Decemberthat the United States would not tolerate a European nation colonizing an independent nation in North or South United States warned it would consider any such intervention in the Western Hemisphere to be a hostile act.
Covering more than a century of history, this engaging book explores the varying conceptions of the doctrine as its meaning evolved in relation to the needs of an expanding American empire. In Jay Sexton's adroit hands, the Monroe Doctrine provides a new lens from which to view the paradox at the center of American diplomatic history: the.
This book surveys the impact of the Monroe Doctrine on United States relations with Latin America, with a particular focus on the Caribbean Basin, since its proclamation in It explores the historical role of the Monroe Doctrine as the instrument to foreclose future European colonial adventures in the American hemisphere and to exclude from it any political system(s) deemed to be.
Modeste examines the elastic interpretations of the Monroe Doctrine to justify American territorial expansion and imperial ambitions, premised on a strategic question – the power controlling the Latin American/Caribbean trade routes and Sea Lines of Communication.
When President Monroe issued his doctrine on U.S. policy in the Western Hemisphere, it quickly became as sacred to Americans as the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. But in the years after World War II - notably in Guatemala inin Brazil inin Chile inand in El Salvador in the s - our government's policy of supporting repressive regimes in Central.
Some believed that the Monroe Doctrine should still be apart of U.S. foreign policy but that it should evolve with the changing times. There were certainly other interpretations involving the Monroe Doctrine but these three variations appear to be the most common.
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Theodore Roosevelt, Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine (December 6th, ) John F. Kennedy, News Conference (August 29th, ): In response to a question from a reporter about what the Monroe Doctrine means to him, JFK reaffirms its original meaning and says the doctrine is why the U.S.
has cut off trade with Cuba. The Monroe Doctrine originates in the context of the collapse of Spanish colonialism triggered by the wars of independence and the emergence of new nations throughout the region. Prior to the Monroe Doctrine, only six countries had become independent; in another nine had proclaimed independence and an additional six did so by the end of.
Monroe Doctrine, (December 2, ), cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy enunciated by Pres. James Monroe in his annual message to Congress. Declaring that the Old World and New World had different systems and must remain distinct spheres, Monroe made four basic points: (1) the United States would not interfere in the internal affairs of or the wars between European powers; (2) the United.
The Monroe Doctrine An Interpretation on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Monroe Doctrine An InterpretationFormat: Paperback. This book surveys the impact of the Monroe Doctrine on United States relations with Latin America, with a particular focus on the Caribbean Basin, since its proclamation in It explores the historical role of the Monroe Doctrine as the instrument to foreclose future European colonial.
Denneth Modeste, former Grenadian public servant and diplomat is the author of a new book on the Monroe Doctrine, one of the most impactful state papers in American foreign relations. The book surveys the impact of the Monroe Doctrine on United States relations with Latin America, with a particular focus on the Caribbean Basin, since its.
Get this from a library. The Monroe doctrine. [Armin Rappaport] -- A collection of articles by various scholars, giving explanations and interpretations of the Monroe Doctrine. Includes many quotations from documents and individuals.
This book demonstrates that during the early twentieth century, the Monroe Doctrine served the role of a national security framework that justified new directions in United States foreign relations wh.
Sexton traces its origin in one of Monroe’s “State of the Union” addresses before Congress, and explains its grandiose rhetoric and more practical applications.
The Monroe Doctrine is not a topic that many Americans know much about today. A vague notion of one of its many interpretations is all that is taught in schools. The Monroe Doctrine: Empire and Nation in Nineteenth-Century America, by Jay and Wang, $, pp.
For a work of academic history, Jay Sexton’s The Monroe Doctrine: Empire and Nation in Nineteenth- Century America is a brisk and rewarding a little under three hundred pages, the author, a lecturer at Oxford, traces the evolution of America’s most .Note: The Monroe Doctrine was expressed during President Monroe's seventh annual message to Congress, December 2, At the proposal of the Russian Imperial Government, made through the minister of the Emperor residing here, a full power and instructions have been transmitted to the minister of the United States at St.
Petersburg to arrange by amicable negotiation the respective rights.The Olney interpretation (also known as the Olney corollary or Olney declaration) was United States Secretary of State Richard Olney's interpretation of the Monroe a border dispute between British Guiana and Venezuela, Olney claimed in that the Monroe Doctrine gave the United States authority to mediate border disputes in the Western Hemisphere.