Why was the Spanish American War considered a turing point in US foreign policy?

Answer The emergence of the Soviet Union put an end to the US pre-war tendency toward isolationism. Foreign policy turned toward preventing the expansion of communism, which would bolster the political an... Read More »

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How did the spanish-American marked a turning point in the us foreign policy?

Probably not directly. Senators are members of the Legislative Branch and US affairs overseas are conducted by the US State Department (part of the Executive Branch) which operates and staffs the ... Read More »

How was the US foreign policy during the Spanish American War?

Which of the following was not a long-term consequence of U.S. foreign policy developments between 1898 and 1908?

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 Spanish American War change US Foreign Policy?