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When did the United States use the Roosevelt Corollary to intervene in other Latin American countries?

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Answered 2005-04-10 03:32:31

The Roosevelt Corollary was put into practice with the American Invasion of Panama, in 1989. Also, for the Invasion of Grenada. The Banana Wars were also justified by the Corollary.

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The Roosevelt corollary claimed that the united states. Had the right to intervene in Latin America (novanet)



The Roosevelt Corollary was President Theodore Roosevelt's' address to state that the United States will intervene in any conflict between European countries and Latin American countries. The reason of this was to enforce legitimate claims of European powers rather than them directly pressing their claims.


The Roosevelt Corollary was a corollary to the Monroe Doctrine which stated that the United States will intervene in conflicts between European countries and Latin American countries to enforce legitimate claims of the European powers, rather than having the Europeans press their claims directly.


The Roosevelt Corollary was an addition to the Monroe Doctrine. It stated that no European countries were allowed to intervene in Latin American affairs. The only way that the U.S was allowed to become involved was if the affairs or European countries was threatened. The United States could exercise police power in Latin America. The United States was the only country allowed to interfere with Latin American countries.


The Roosevelt Corollary was an addition to the Monroe Doctrine which stated that no European countries were allowed to intervene with Latin American affairs. The only way that the U.S was allowed to become involved was if the affairs or European countries was threatened. The United States could exercise police power in Latin America. The United States was the only country allowed to interfere with Latin American countries.



Monroe Doctrine warns Europe not to invade the American continents, not american colonies, while the Roosevelt Corollary warns Europe not to invade countries south of the U.S. in the Western Hemisphere.


establishing despotic rulers in many Latin American countries.


The Monroe Doctrine stated that the US would protect the countries in the Western Hemisphere from any further colonization by European powers. The Roosevelt Corollary said the US would prevent European intervention in the affairs of American countries such as for the collection of debts owed by these countries.


Intervening in Latin American countries that could not pay their debt to European creditors.


The Roosevelt corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, prohibited European countries who had lent money to Latin American Countries from invading them to collect the debt. It also gave the United States the right to intervene and settle the economic problems of countries in the Caribbean and Latin America.


It became more involved in the debt of Latin American.Took action when Latin American countries had debt problems


The Roosevelt Corollary of 1904 was an extension of the Monroe Doctrine of 1823. The purpose of the Corollary was to protect American investments in Latin American and protect Latin America from European intrusion and competition. The Corollary justified certain American foreign affairs, such as the support of the Panama Rebellion and the construction of the Panama Canal. However, because of its duality and hypocrisy, the Corollary has been the focus of debate and controversy for more than a century.


The Roosevelt Corollary was an addition to the Monroe Doctrine that was articulated by President Theodore Roosevelt in his State of the Union Address in 1904. The corollary states that the United States will intervene in conflicts between European Nations and Latin American countries to enforce legitimate claims of the European powers, rather than having the Europeans press their claims directly. Basically, the United States would act as the "police force" of the Western Hemisphere.




U.S. intervention in Latin American economies


The Monroe Doctrine, put forth in 1823 by President James Monroe, called for an end to European intervention in the American continents (both north and south). This applied only to independent governments in the Americas however, not to areas that were colonies at that time.In what came to be known as the Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, Roosevelt asserted that European nations should not intervene in countries to the south of the US, however under certain conditions, United States intervention might be justified.


The Monroe Doctrine and the Roosevelt Corollary made it possible for the United States to go to Latin America and try to make them a part of the United States. The Roosevelt Corollary made it possible for the Monroe Doctrine to be enforced.


The Monroe Doctrine forbade other nations (primarily those of Europe) to interfere with the development of Latin American countries. The Roosevelt Corollary stated that the United States reserved the right to negate the Monroe Doctrine, even if others could not.


Asserted the right of the United States to intervene to stabilize the economic affairs of small nations in the Caribbean and Central America if they were unable to pay their international debts.


The Roosevelt Corollary changed the way the United States conducted foreign policy by stating that the United States would step in to solve differences between Europe and Latin American countries. Before the Corollary, the United States did go to war, but only for purposes for itself. After the Corollary, the United States went to war to help others.



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