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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1 (February 1961): 77, 82-85; Ralph Eldin Minger, William Howard Taft and United States Foreign Policy: The Apprenticeship Years, 1900-1908 (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1975), 122-23, 130-31; Langley, Banana Wars, 32-35; Dana Gardner Munro, Intervention and Dollar Diplomacy in the Caribbean, 1900-1921 (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1964), 133-35; Gould, Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt, 252-53; and H.
27), and explains that dollar diplomacy was part of an assertive American foreign policy seeking economic expansion.
For now, that will not stop it from engaging in dollar diplomacy," said Dorsey.
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".
The Great Depression brought Dollar Diplomacy to an end.
Aa C The current Kerry-Lugar-Berman Bill is ham-fisted dollar diplomacy at its worst.
The fight for the total elimination of our brand of ugly dollar diplomacy must be accompanied by executive and Congressional action to help our diplomatic establishment recover from the grave damage inflicted during recent years by the success of Donald Rumsfeld's Pentagon in displacing the State Department at the helm of foreign policy followed by Condoleeza Rice's fanciful and foolish introduction of "transformational diplomacy" and the shift in resources that required.
The above resembles the Dollar Diplomacy, or American aid to poor countries - a diplomacy that was not applied after WWII, contrary to widespread belief.
Taiwan's grey and sometimes sensitive diplomatic status often leaves the island little choice but to seek dollar diplomacy, backdoor channels and other unorthodox methods to interact with foreign governments.
Part II involves the late twentieth century trends that influenced the region such as dollar diplomacy, petro-dollar politics, foreign and domestic alliances *(including the Arab Cold War), regionalism and, now, globalization.