Describe the main directions of US foreign policy in the late 19th century – early 20th century.

The United States strove to become a great power, to enter the world arena. During this period, the United States sought “open doors” for trade in China. Later, such a policy began to be applied in relation to other countries in order to suppress their national industry in them, to strengthen their positions. After that, the presidential administration advocated the diplomacy of the US national currency. The Republican Party supported the slogan of expansion for monopolies not only within the country but also abroad.



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