dollar diplomacy


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dollar diplomacy

n.
1. A policy aimed at furthering the interests of the United States abroad by encouraging the investment of US capital in foreign countries.
2. A policy intended to safeguard a nation's foreign investments.

dollar diplomacy

n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a foreign policy that encourages and protects capital investment and commercial and financial involvement abroad
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) use of financial power as a diplomatic weapon

dol′lar diplo`macy


n.
1. a government policy of promoting the business interests of its citizens in other countries.
2. diplomacy or foreign relations strengthened by well-publicized aid to a country, as in the form of food, medicine, machinery, and extensive credit.
[1905–10, Amer.]
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Noun1.dollar diplomacy - diplomacy influenced by economic considerations
diplomacy, diplomatic negotiations - negotiation between nations
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dollar diplomacy

npolitica di penetrazione economica
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Around 84 percent disapprove of China's ongoing campaign of coercion against Taiwan involving the use of dollar diplomacy in poaching allies.
"Over the course of the last couple of years, we have witnessed repeated instances of Saudi Arabia resorting to what may be called dollar diplomacy to further its regional leadership ambitions, first in relation to Iran and then Qatar.
Taiwan has accused China of using dollar diplomacy to lure away its allies, promising generous aid packages, charges China has denied.
Building on this insight, the author makes reasonable cases for the innovative nature of William Howard Taft's "dollar diplomacy" and why "Wilsonianism" represents an anomalous strand of US foreign policy.
(40.) Jose M.Hernandez, Cuba and the United States: Intervention and Militarism, 1868-1933 (Austin, TX: University of Austin Press, 1993), 145-56; and Munro, Intervention and Dollar Diplomacy, 136-39.
(as in the Philippines); this instance of Turkish-American cooperation was followed by "dollar diplomacy" (p.
These desperate dollar diplomacy and maneuvers from Juba have been decisively defeated and henceforth the desperate schemers in Juba have resorted to social media to nurse their desperation and frustration.
24 Iran-5+1 deal] as the world shifts from dollar economics and dollar diplomacy to energy economics, and energy diplomacy".
According to the cables, US and Australian diplomats have been concerned about the role of Taiwan's "dollar diplomacy" in fuelling corruption and instability in south Pacific countries, and supported Chinese efforts to wipe out Taiwan's diplomatic foothold in the region.