How did the Spanish American War change US Foreign Policy?
It was now treated as a World Power.
How did the spanish-american war change us foreign policy?
The Monroe Doctrine not only prevented European intervention in Latin America, it now allowed the US to act as "policeman" in the region.
How did the outcome of the Spanish-American War change US foreign policy?
regarded the us as a partner of the allies
How did the outcome of the Spanish-American war change the US foreign policy?
The U.S. wanted to prevent the spread of communism.
The Spanish-American War brought about a major change in US foreign policy in that the US?
became a colonial power