Monroe - Monroe Doctrine Essay Essay #3 By Abbas Elkordy On...

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Monroe Doctrine Essay Essay #3 By Abbas Elkordy On December 2, 1823, President James Monroe expressed United States' policy on the new political order developing in the rest of the Americas and the role of Europe in the Western Hemisphere. This statement is known as the Monroe Doctrine. Even though the Great Powers of Europe didn’t really recognize the doctrine, it eventually became a longstanding tenet of U.S. foreign policy. Monroe and his Secretary of State, John Quincy Adams, created some main components of American diplomatic ideals such as unraveling from European affairs and defending neutral rights as expressed in Washington’s Farewell Address and Madison’s reason for the War of 1812. There are three key ideals that can be drawn from the doctrine: difference in rule between the Americas and Europe, non-intervention, and non-colonization. These concepts were designed a distinct gap between the New World and the oppressive regime of Europe. Monroe's administration warned European powers to not interfere with the
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