14 - January 14, 2008 Wilson's Military Interventionism in...

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January 14, 2008 Mr. Wilson’s War Wilson’s Military Interventionism in the Caribbean Mexico By 1917, Wilson had accomplished very little in Mexico The relationship between the US and Mexico is poisoned by military interventions Presidential Powers Decision making related to this was done by the President – on his own, and without consulting his Secretary of State or Congress April 1914: Asked authority to send troops to de la Cruz – Congress disapproved, and yet Wilson did it anyway Expansion of Presidential power in foreign and military policy Nicaragua, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic Nicaragua Signed a treaty in 1916: Panama Canal The Road to WWI (Collapse of Precarious Peace in Europe) Tripe Entente (the Allies) vs. Triple Alliance (the Central Powers) Central Powers: Germany, Austria, Hungary, and Italy Pan-Slavism: tying together all the Slavic countries Serbia wanted to occupy Bosnia Sarajevo Incident and WWI
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2008 for the course MC 201 taught by Professor Lynnscott during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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