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What were the positive and negative effects of imperialism in Cuba?

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What were the effects of imperialism on Cuba?


What are the positive and negative effects on a country when emigrants leave?

Positive effects would be that they like the new country very well. Negative effects would be that they don't like it, or they cannot leave, like if they moved from Australia to Cuba, or they tell family member or friends, and they tell others and more and more people move from a country to a different country, and it causes over-population.

What is a positive aspect of cuba?

Cuba is amazing, they have great beaches, also the weather is great. Except that, the food is not that great. that would be a negative aspect

American imperialism and Spanish Colonizing Cuba?

Led to a confrontation in Cuba.

How is the Spanish American War an example of US imperialism?

No, because it was to help Cuba get their independence not for their imperialism.

Imperialism in Cuba?

u.s helped cuba gain independance from spain g love c

What was indirect imperialism?

Indirect imperialism is manipulating the government and economy to benefit the mother country, while direct imperialism is sending settlers to the colony to control it. The United States used indirect imperialism with Cuba and the Philippines.

When US began imperialism with the acquisition of Cuba and Puerto Rico and Philippines and Guam?

In 1898.

What effects did the embargo have on Cuba?

* cuba could not trade with soviet union. * cuba could not store nukes in their country

How did Cuba gain its independence?

Cuba became an American colony under the Treaty of Paris in 1898, however, Teddy Roosevelt did not favor American Imperialism in Cuba, and when he became President he gave Cuba their independence on May 20, 1902.

What event happened in Cuba during Imperialism?

Cuban Missle Crisis and Bay of Pigs Invasion

Which became an independent country and was not a US acquisition during the period of American imperialism in the 1890s?


Was American imperialism justified at the turn of the 19th century?

NO. Imperialism and subjugation of other peoples is almost never justified. The crimes and atrocities that the US committed in Cuba and the Philippines are innumerable.

What happened as a result of US imperialism in cuba the philippeines and Hawaii?


How has imperialism affected Cuba?

1. Cuba became a united states economic colony. 2. We used it for raw materials. 3.We could spy on cuba and keep it at peace for our benefit. 4. We could set up military commission in cuba and control the Cuban gov't.

How does William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer relate to American imperialism?

Publishing stories about spanish actions in cuba- apex

When did imperialism take place in Cuba?

In 1901, the Platt Amendment was signed. The Platt Amendment gave the U.S. a lot of power to intervene in Cuba. It also gave America the right to establish an (American) military base in Cuba, knows as the Guantánamo naval base.

What effects does having that type of government have on the economics structure of cuba?


What are examples of negative sanction?

America-Cuba, America-Japan, America-Iraq.

What is the closest island country to Florida?

I'm positive it is Cuba. Because if you were to go to Key West, they have a sign on a street that Cuba is only 90 miles away.

Are people happy to live in Cuba?

Well it depends how you mean "happy". On Cuba everyone is happy because they look more positive on the life. I have been to Cuba and most stuff what people say about Cuba is false. Almost everyone have a phone on Cuba. Theres absolutly no rasism on Cuba something that really fasinated me and with stuff like that who wouldn't be happy =) ?

What war was an example of American imperialism?

the Spanish-American war, as the US invaded Cuba to protect its source of sugar, then practically made it a US Territory.

What two things did the US need that imperialism could provide?

The two important reasons for American imperialism were the following: * A canal to connect the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean; and * Overseas military bases in places like the Philippines and Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.

Why did America acquire Cuba during the age of Imperialism?

soon after the Cuban revolution from Spain they needed help to get their country running as did the Philippine's. and as America began to realize that they were sort of a dictatorship over Cuba and the Philippine's they released them and claimed the two countries as U.S protectorates.

How did spanish-american war occur?

It occurred when Spain attack US ship, Maine. US wanted to help Cuba fought Spain. US had economic interest in Cuba. US wanted kicked European out of Americas. US wanted to be imperialism.