Latin America Midterm

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Latin America Midterm
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Latin America POLS 4450 001 Furlong Foreign Policy

Latin America Mid-term
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  1. The War of Triple Alliance
  2. The War of The Pacific
  3. The Soccer War
  4. The Chaco War
    War between Bolivia and Paraguay
  5. Bolivarian Dream
    a united South America, minus Brazil
  6. God is Brazilian
    The mindset that Brazil was the greatest Latin American country.
  7. Argentine Manifest Destiny
  8. Fulgencio Batista
  9. Anastasio Somoza Sr.
  10. OAS
    • Organizations of American States. 
    • Played a crucial role in Cuban Missile Crisis by having a unanimous vote sanctioning Kennedy's decision to "quarantine" Cuba.
  11. UFCO
  12. Anastasio Somoza Jr.
  13. Rafael Trujillo
  14. Clark Memorandum
    A move towards non-intervention. Roosevelt Corollary
  15. Platt Amendment
    Amendment in the Cuban Constitution that left behind American troops and also granted the U.S. Guantanamo Bay Naval Base.
  16. Dollar Diplomacy
    is the effort of the United States—particularly under President William Howard Taft—to further its aims in Latin America and East Asia through use of its economic power by guaranteeing loans made to foreign countries. Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Haiti, Honduras
  17. Gun-Boat Diplomacy
    refers to the pursuit of foreign policy objectives with the aid of conspicuous displays of naval power — implying or constituting a direct threat of warfare, should terms not be agreeable to the superior force
  18. Good Neighbor Policy
    A policy of non-intervention to improve trade put in place by FDR
  19. GNP-Trade & Aid
  20. OCIAA
    A program set up by FDR. Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs. Oversaw economic cooperation, cultural exchange, and public information; primary purpose was to counter "subversive, insidious, destructive Nazi propaganda."
  21. Nationalization of Bolivian Oil
  22. Nationalization of Mexican Oil
  23. Drago Doctrine
    Argentine Minister of Foreign Affairs Luis María Drago. Extending the Monroe Doctrine, it set forth the policy that no foreign power, including the United States, could use force against an American nation to collect debt. It was supplanted in 1904 by the Roosevelt Corollary.
  24. Calvo Doctrine
    Doctrine stating that non-intervention even in countries that had incurred debt and recognizing sovereign states no matter how the government got there.
  25. Estrada Doctrine
    Mexican Doctrine. Doctrine stating that non-intervention even in countries that had incurred debt and recognizing sovereign states no matter how the government got there.
  26. Non-Intervention
    One of the conditions Kennedy agreed to in response to one of Khrushchev's demands in his first letter.
  27. Augusto Cesar Sandino
  28. League of Nations
  29. United Nations
  30. Containment
    Stopping the spread of communism.
  31. MAD
    Mutually Assured Destruction
  32. Deterrence
  33. Domino Theory
    The theory that if one country falls to communism the rest of region will also fall.
  34. Roll Back
    The act of trying to push back communism out of Latin American countries.
  35. Counting Dictators
  36. Cleaning House
  37. 1958 Nixon Trip
  38. Alliance for Progress
  39. Intervention into Guatemala 1954
  40. Bay of Pigs 1961
  41. 1965 Invasion of Dominican Republic
  42. Allende Overthrow in Chile 1973
  43. Juan Bosch
  44. Joaquin Balaguer
  45. CIA Communist List
  46. Chilean intervention 1970-73
  47. Salvador Allende
  48. Augusto Pinochet
  49. CIA Covert Aid to Chile
  50. Kissinger-Tack Agreement
  51. Neutrality Treaty
  52. General Omar Torrijos
  53. Treaty Implementation Legislation
  54. John Wayne and Treaties
  55. New International Economic Order
  56. Nonalignment in Foreign-Policy
  57. Option 1: The Socialist Path