How did the u.s. become involved in the politics of southeast asia?

Answer For the first half of the 20th century, the United States displayed little interest in the politics of Southeast Asia. This changed in the aftermath of World War II, because of American interest bo... Read More »

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Why did the US become involved in Cuban affairs?

They wanted money and thought they'd get stuff cheap if they had a deal with the leader of Cuba and they never stay out of anything

How did America become involved in the Iran-Iraq war?

The United States was infuriated by Iran's attack on the American embassy and wished to retaliate by arming Iran's enemy, Iraq.