Neutrality, Unilateralism, and Coaltion: The US Strategic Experience, 1865-1918.
Military issues research memo.,
ARMY WAR COLL STRATEGIC STUDIES INST CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The evolution of US Strategic policy has involved as succession of transitory periods from the founding of the Republic to the present. The most profound change, fro virtual isolation to total international involvement, occurred between, 1865 and 1918. This memorandum analyzes the factors which influenced Americas shift from neutrality through unilateralism into multinational alliances including the impact of economics and technology, the character of American society and politics, and the contributions of military strategic innovators. Events in China, Japan, the Pacific, and the Caribbean also drew the United States toward greater foreign involvement. Author
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