Protection of American Interests
WHEN news of disorders in foreign countries appears in the daily papers throughout the United States, the general public becomes aware of certain citizens of this country who are living abroad, and the large amount of investments which are endangered. The United States insists upon the safety of its citizens and their property in foreign countries being accorded them by the governments (either de facto or de jure) of those countries.
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