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TermDefinition
Colombia Refused to give up territory for a planned canal
China resisted foreign control in the Boxer Rebellion
Pancho Villa led raids in Mexico
Open Door a policy by John Hay
Japan signed a treaty giving US access to its ports in 1854
Teddy Roosevelt summed up foreign policy with "speak softly and carry a big stick"
Roosevelt Corollary authorized US leaders to intervene in Latin America's domestic affairs
Spanish-American War led the US to build the Panama Canal
Cuba Territory gained by the US after the Spanish-American War
Matthew Perry sailed to Japan in the 1850's and forced them to sign a trade treaty
foreign The Chinese resented the foreign influence
monopoly John Hay advocated for the Open Door Policy
Panama Canal Roosevelt gave military aid for a revolution in Colombia so that he could build the Panama Canal
Cuba The only territory that the US doesn't have open relations with
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