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the policy by which stronger nations extend their economic, political, or military control over weaker nations or territories
u.s. warships that mysteriously exploded and sank in the havana, cuba on february 15, 1898
a war in 1898 that began when the united states demanded cuba's independence from spain
a member of the first united states volunteer cavarlry, organized by theodore roosevelt during the spanish-american war
a result of the spanish-american war, which gave the united states the right to intervene in cuban affairs when there was a threat to "life, property, and individual liberty"
a group of well-known americans that believed the united states should not deny other people the right to govern themselves
open door policy
in 1899, the united states asked nation involved in asia to follow a policy in which one country controlled trade with china
in 1990, chinese resentment toward foreigner's attitude of cultural superiority resulted in this violent uprising
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