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In 1823 how did president monroe halt the spread of European imperialism in latin American nations?

he prohibited foreign nations from establishing colonies in the Americas

Which was a major effect of European imperialism on Africa?

Africans became economically dependent on European nations.

How does it relate to the European imperialism of the time?

European nations often viewed colonized people as inferior to Europeans.

What was practiced by European nations before World War 1?

Liberalism, imperialism.

How did the Industrial revolution promote 19th century Imperialism?

The Industrial Revolution promoted imperialism because after nations (mainly European nations) acquired advanced technology and military, they all competed for their overseas empires which led to imperialism.

What common goal was shared by the United States and European nations during the Age of Imperialism?

The industrialization of less-developed nations.

What factors contributed to European imperialism in the 1800s?

European Imperialism during the 1800 had much to do with the economic benefits that came with creating colonies and plundering them. Many European nations wanted to maintain some sort of edge.

European nations were NOT satisfied with establishing free trade with Africa and Asia during the era of imperialism because?

european nations wanted monopoly control of markets and resources.

What president issued warning to European nations not to consider the American continents as subject for future colonization?

James Monroe

What impact did imperialism have on Europe?

Imperialism caused many feuds between European nations. In fact, it was a major cause of both World Wars.

How did industrialization cause imperialism?

European nations were able to generate new trade routes overseas

What is it called when European nations claimed colonies in Africa and Asia?

It is commonly described as "the age of Imperialism".

How did European imperialism collapse?

European imperialism collapsed internally when nations resisted Germany's effort to take them over. Externally it collapsed when colonies rebelled against the treatment by the mother country and sought freedom.

How did the industrialization help European countries establish colonialism and imperialism abroad?

European nations were able to generate new trade routes overseas

What European imperialism did all of the following except?

establish a military force of member nations to enforce its objectives (A+)

How did nationalism increase tensions among European nation imperialism?

Nationalism increased tensions among European nations because every nation thought they were the best and disagreed with the policies the other nations had.

How did imperialism and commercialism among European nations contribute to World War 1?

Imperialism contributed to war because all the European countries were in a scramble to get African colonies; in those African colonies was cheap goods and cheap labor. This made the rivalries between the European nations stronger, which created more conflicts between them. Competition for colonies led to European tensions.

What effect has imperialism in Africa had on the borders of African nations today?

They are based on the arbitrary borders of old European empires

Were Ethiopia and Liberia were the only two African nations that avoided European imperialism during the Scramble for Africa?

Yes, they were

What led European nations to follow a policy of imperialism?

To get colonies to serve as army bases, and to provide raw materials

Following the Spanish-American war nations in the Caribbean and Central American were deeply in debt to?

European Nations

What are negative effects of imperialism in Asia?

Imperialism, led to wars between other European nations. Imperialism in Asia became a negative force in that it released its liberal ideas on the homefront in pursuit to influence colonies away.

Why did European countries explore claim and settle the North American continent?

The period when Europeans explored, claimed, and settled the land in the Americas was the First Age of Imperialism. Imperialism is when nations establish empires for power and resources. So the Europeans imperialized the Americas for power and resources.

In 1823 how did president monroe halt the spread of European imperalism in latin American nations?

President Monroe signed a new policy called the Monroe Doctrine. President Monroe said efforts by European Nations to Colonize land or interfere with states in North or South America would be viewed as acts of aggression requiring U.S. intervention.

How did imperialism affect nations and populations that were colonized?

Imperialism causes the stronger countries to grow and become nations or even empires. There are many examples throughout European history of nations enveloping weaker countries and increasing their own wealth and power to form strong nation-states and even empires. Through imperialism one culture is invading another culture and most of the time the European colonialists are not thinking about the effects this invasion might have on the natives of that land. Problems caused by imperialism have prevailed to this day. Imperialism caused a breakdown of the previous cultures and lifestyles that the natives had followed. The European imperialism caused many of the now prevalent ethnic rivalries that can be found in northern India, parts of Asia, and parts of Africa.