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What is another name for big stick diplomacy? Big Stick Diplomacy Big Stick diplomacy is a foreign policy set forth by President Theodore Roosevelt. The entire phrase is “speak softly and carry a big stick”. It means that the United States of America should negotiate carefully while at the same time having a strong military be able to see the negotiations through to an outcome favorable to America.

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What changes did the big stick diplomacy make? The Big Stick Diplomacy: President Theodore Roosevelt is credited with the institution of big stick diplomacy, which was a plan to spread diplomatic interventions in other countries. Being a foreign policy, the president expected it to cause many significant changes. The Venezuelan Crisis, which occurred between 1902 and 1903, may have inspired the creation of the policy.

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Why did Roosevelt think American imperialism was important? Rough Riders: The Rough Riders, officially known as the 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry, was founded in 1898 for the purpose of fighting Spanish forces in the Spanish American War. 1,060 men served in the unit, which included future U.S. president Theodore Roosevelt. They were most known for their heroics at the Battle of San Juan Hill.

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Answer and Explanation: “Big Stick Diplomacy” is a colloquial phrase that was said by Roosevelt himself and quite popular in newspapers. The official name was the Roosevelt Corollary and it can be seen as an addendum to the Monroe Doctrine.

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Answer and Explanation: Big stick diplomacy brought changes in countries like Panama, where a canal was created but spearheaded by the US. Generally, the diplomacy increased the influence of the United States in Central and South America and discouraged other countries from involving themselves in the affairs of those regions. Big stick diplomacy also inspired peace resolution between warring countries like Japan and Russia.

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Answer and Explanation: President Theodore Roosevelt’s views on imperialism stretch back years before his terms in office, when he was serving in the Rough Riders during the Spanish American War. He firmly believed in the American government’s right to intervene in foreign affair for the strategic, economic, and overall benefit of the American people and nation; in that case to prevent the colonialism of the Spanish and the denial of liberties to the people under Spanish control while at the same time taking those colonies under the win of American control and civilizing the people. In addition, Roosevelt not only firmly supported the Monroe Doctrine, but while in office, added an addendum to it called the Roosevelt Corollary, which declared the United States right to prevent foreign nations from interference or conflict anywhere in the Americas, which would in turn, impact the United States. Through Big Stick Diplomacy he set out to protect the United States, expand American influence, and increase the United States economy.

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