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America shaped its regional milieu to best serve security and material ends. America also exerted other forms of power. Notably, US gained influence in international diplomacy, swaying global events.
We begin this essay analyzing American economic growth, its sources and its implications for US power and foreign policy. In this essay we examine how this immense wealth was transformed into great power. Enlightened Presidents and top decision-makers with their visions and strategies were crucial in this crusade to power.
The personal beliefs, values and ideologies of the ruling elite are considered when analyzing these policies. Involvement in WWI established America in a prominent position among world powers. It enabled its leadership to build a powerful nation.
The sources of American wealth, summarized in Kennedy US territory was rich in minerals, oil and auspicious for agriculture. Enlightened individuals from the economic sphere like Carnegie, Morgan, and Rockefeller were fundamental not only in accumulating huge wealth, but also for the technological innovation furthered by their firms op.
Importantly the politico-economic elites employed wisely their wealth. They invested in Research and Development, built top academic-technological institutions  and continuously expanded their firms and Economies-of-Scale. Technological innovation ameliorated production methods, improved infrastructure and enhanced output quality and performance Abramovitz, US also drew international attention through leading innovators like Edison, Bell and the brothers Wright McDougall, Our comparative analysis suggests that US gradually gained an impressive economic lead.
By US produced roughly equal coal as Britain and Germany together, its national income surpassed that of the next four economies combined and, inovertook Europe as the region possessing the larger economic output Kennedy, Economic power paved-the-way for other forms of power: Clear defence and strategic considerations lay behind the war with Spain.
They were largely driven by security maximization and cost-benefit calculations Mearsheimer, America was facing a winnable war which would bring gains in terms of influence, security and trade. Additionally, public opinion and Congress largely favoured  intervention LaFeber, It also conveyed a strong global message that the US will use military might to repel expansionary attempts in its regional milieu.
Mahan expected these to become areas of great power rivalry Grenville, Based on these, McKinley, his administration and especially Roosevelt  believed that simultaneous attacks against the Spanish fleet were required in both the Philippines and Cuba Kennan, The Philippines were seen as one of the most strategic points in East Asia and the Pacific.
The islands of the Caribbean were also important in view of a proposed Trans-Isthmian Canal Mahan, Get this from a library!
The world's best hope: a discussion of the role of the United States in the modern world. [Francis Biddle]. The Emergence Of The United States As A Global Power. February 12, America’s economic dynamism enabled it to become pivotal in both regional and world politics (Brzezinski, 4).
The path was forged through continuous application of US’s growing power; hard and soft alike. allowed US to assume a leading international role.
The period of Soviet absence is paramount to discussion because it directly effects the United States' interests, To maintain a role in the Middle East, the United States must be able to accept some loss of lives.
Third Worlds: ne Politics of the Middle East and Aftica. New York-. . Dec 05, · The Economist offers authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology and the connections between them.
President Obama's reluctance to to intervene in Syria has started up another of several recent rounds of soul-searching on America's role in the world. Despite such concerns, Michael O'Hanlon and.
The officially stated goals of the foreign policy of the United States, domestic politics, and Cuba–United States relations. In June , a Chilean court ruled that the United States played a key role in the murders of Charles Horman and Frank Teruggi.