Yankee Diplomacy

Yankee Diplomacy

Author: Oscar Edmund Smith

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: UTEXAS:059173017956050

Category: Political Science

Page: 196

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Categories: Political Science

Yankee Diplomacy

Yankee Diplomacy

... direct an attack upon the Yankee representatives.34 Argentina had led the movement to postpone the Montevideo assembly ... Saavedra Lamas had denounced U.S. efforts to mediate the Chaco War as " diplomatic intervention , " 35 and on ...

Author: Oscar Edmund Smith

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435021978754

Category: Argentina

Page: 196

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Categories: Argentina

Yankee diplomacy

Yankee diplomacy

Author: Oscar Edmund Smith

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ISBN: OCLC:163337960

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Yankee Diplomacy

Yankee Diplomacy

Author: Oscar Edmund Smith (jr.)

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ISBN: OCLC:878234432

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Page: 196

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Parties and Power in Modern Argentina 1930 1946

Parties and Power in Modern Argentina 1930 1946

Yankee Diplomacy, pp. 124-25. 74. Cf. Sumner Welles, Where Are We Heading? (New York: Harper, 1946), pp. 205-206. 75. Smith, Jr., Yankee Diplomacy, p. 133. Hull complains of the decision: At the Mexico City Conference the Farrell regime ...

Author: Alberto Ciria

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9780791499160

Category: Argentina

Page: 357

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Categories: Argentina

The United States Unmasked

The United States Unmasked

ness , as well as the fraudulent nature of Yankee diplomacy . Within five years or so , the government made a treaty with a tribe of Indians , by which the tribe had allotted to them as their reserve , that is , their permanent ...

Author: Gabriel Manigault

Publisher: London, Ont. : J.H. Vivian

ISBN: PRNC:32101072313024

Category: African Americans

Page: 168

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Categories: African Americans

Tariff Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means

Tariff Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means

There was a good deal of discussion on this subject in diplomatic circles . ... newspapers throughout Central and South America took occasion to discuss “ Yankee manners ” and “ Yankee diplomacy ” in sarcastic and contemptuous tones .

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means

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ISBN: PURD:32754082388616

Category: Dingley tariff

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Categories: Dingley tariff

American Business and Foreign Policy

American Business and Foreign Policy

Smith, O. Edmund. Yankee Diplomacy: United States Intervention in Argentina. Dallas, 1953. Smith, Robert F. The United States and Cuba: Business and Diplomacy, 1917–1960. New York, 1960. Southard, Frank A. American Industry in Europe.

Author: Joan Hoff Wilson

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 9780813186788

Category: History

Page: 360

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With increasing world economic interdependence and a new position as a creditor nation, the American business community became more actively and vocally concerned with foreign policy after World War I than ever before. This book details the response of American businessmen to such foreign policy issues as the tariff, disarmament, allied debts, loans, and the Manchurian crisis. Far from presenting a monolithic front, the business community fragmented into nationalist and internationalist camps, according to this study. Division over each issue varied with the size, type, and geographic region of the various business interests, and despite their formidable economic power, business internationalists are shown to have played a more limited role on certain issues than has been formerly assumed. Unfortunately for the future development of United States diplomacy and world stability, no institutional means for tempering business influence on the formulation of foreign policy, or for coordinating economic and political foreign policies, were developed in the twenties.
Categories: History

American Foreign Relations Since 1600

American Foreign Relations Since 1600

Yankee Diplomacy: U.S. Intervention in Argentina. Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1953. Reprint 1980 (Greenwood Press). The second chapter of this study describes Argentina's challenges to U.S. definitions of Pan- ...

Author: Robert L. Beisner

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781576070802

Category: History

Page: 2065

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Chronicles American foreign relations literature from colonial times to the present, with updated material on post World-War II.
Categories: History

Southern History of the War

Southern History of the War

It is one of the most singular of all the juggleries and summersaults of Yankee diplomacy . In the first pronunciamento of Secretary Seward , written " by the direction of the President , ” occurs the ...

Author: Edward Alfred Pollard

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433079524934

Category: Confederate States of America

Page: 363

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This work presents the history of the Civil War from a pro-Southern perspective.
Categories: Confederate States of America

Southern History of the War The second year

Southern History of the War     The second year

... written to the French government on the 22d April , 1861 , and his subsequent circular to the Yankee ministers in Europe . It is • one of the most singular of all the juggleries and summersaults of Yankee diplomacy .

Author: Edward Alfred Pollard

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105118159883

Category: United States

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Southern History of the War

Southern History of the War

It is one of the most singular of all the juggleries and summersaults of Yankee diplomacy . In the first pronunciamento of Secretary Seward , written " by the direction of the President , ” occurs the ...

Author: Edward Albert Pollard

Publisher:

ISBN: PRNC:32101075682169

Category: United States

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THE SECOND YEAR OF THE WAR

THE SECOND YEAR OF THE WAR

It is one of the most singular of all the juggleries and summersaults of Yankee diplomacy . In the first pronunciamento of Secretary Seward , written by the direction of the President , ” occurs the following passage : “ The condition ...

Author: EDWARD A. POLLARD

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ISBN: UOMDLP:adh2062:0001.001

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First Year of the War

First Year of the War

It is one of the most singular of all the juggleries and summersaults of Yankee diplomacy . In the first pronunciamento of Secretary Seward , written by the direction of the President , ” occurs the following passage ...

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ISBN: BCUL:VD2383722

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Daily Report Foreign Radio Broadcasts

Daily Report  Foreign Radio Broadcasts

... to oppose the Yankee attempts to create the so - called Yankee Inter - American Permanent Force , and that hce made clear another failure of Yankee diplomacy in the OAS crisis . WANGUEIIERT COMMENTS ON LBJ PRESS CONFERENCE Haven .

Author: United States. Central Intelligence Agency

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435063969067

Category: World politics

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Political Econ of Growth

Political Econ of Growth

... he calls for “total diplomacy” in the service of the American foreign investment drive. ... the useful report on United States interventions in Latin America in O. E. Smith, Jr., Yankee Diplomacy (Dallas, 1953)—to name only a few.

Author: Paul A. Baran

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9781583678022

Category: Business & Economics

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One of the most influential studies ever written in the field of development economics, this book has, since first publication in 1957, bred a whole school of followers who are producing further works along the lines indicated by Baran. Concerned with the generation and use of economic surplus, it analyzes from this point of view both the advanced and the underdeveloped countries. A work in political economy rather than solely in economics, this book treats the economic transformation of society as one facet of a total social and political evolution.
Categories: Business & Economics

The Western Hemisphere

The Western Hemisphere

American Diplomacy During the War. ... Yankee Diplomacy: U.S. Intervention in Argentina. Dallas, Texas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1953. Smith, Robert F. The United States and Cuba: Business and Diplomacy, 1917–1960.

Author: Wilfrid Hardy Callcott

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 9780292766129

Category: History

Page: 520

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The Monroe Doctrine, "dollar diplomacy," the policy of the Good Neighbor—these well-known terms indicate the spectrum of the United States's relationships with its neighbors of the Western Hemisphere. Hemisphere thinking in the "Yankee" nation, founded on economic, political, and strategic needs, has come to encompass an appreciation of social and intellectual aspects as a vital part of a unified international unit. In The Western Hemisphere: Its Influence on United States Policies to the End of World War II, Wilfrid Hardy Callcott traces the rise of this awareness of the essential unity of the Western Hemisphere in international affairs. Although Callcott concentrates on the United States, he discusses all hemisphere countries, and his inclusion of Canada adds an additional dimension to previous studies on the subject. From the early days of the Republic to the end of World War I, the relations of the United Stales with its neighbors gradually developed from mere curiosity and from on-the-spot decision-making into policy. During the eighteenth century the persons entrusted with United States foreign policy pressed forward with their own country's westward expansion, while they expressed only an academic interest in the affairs of other Western Hemisphere nations from Canada to Brazil. By the end of the nineteenth century the United States had enthusiastically joined the imperialist nations. Although it soon replaced the use of force with economic controls, its military and economic manipulations naturally generated more fear and antagonism in the neighboring nations than cooperation and sympathy. After World War I, attention to the hemisphere was fostered by the need for strategic raw materials that were to be found from Canada to South America, and by Old World rivalries and needs that endangered New World interests. Canadian and Latin American views of Europe and the League of Nations became much like those of the United States. The new conditions that arose called forth the Good Neighbor policy to combine economic and strategic values in a complex program that included intellectual, social, and cultural elements. World War II accentuated the new consciousness and compelled recognition of the significance of hemisphere relationships in all of the New World nations.
Categories: History

American Missionaries Christian Oyatoi and Japan 1859 73

American Missionaries  Christian Oyatoi  and Japan  1859 73

Shadwell strongly disagreed about the need for gunboat diplomacy and thought Bettelheim exaggerated his complaints ... saw in the Okinawan authorities with ”a little Yankee diplomacy/'56 By the end of Perry's visit to Naha, however, ...

Author: Hamish Ion

Publisher: UBC Press

ISBN: 9780774858991

Category: History

Page: 440

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Japan closed its doors to foreigners for over two hundred years because of religious and political instability caused by Christianity. By 1859, foreign residents were once again living in treaty ports in Japan, but edicts banning Christianity remained enforced until 1873. Drawing on an impressive array of English and Japanese sources, Ion investigates a crucial era in the history of Japanese-American relations the formation of Protestant missions. He reveals that the transmission of values and beliefs was not a simple matter of acceptance or rejection: missionaries and Christian laymen persisted in the face of open hostility and served as important liaisons between East and West.
Categories: History