June 1939

The Policy of the United States in Latin America*

Volume 23, Issue 2

THE policy of the United States in Latin America, properly analyzed, emerges as something more than a mere study in international relations. The Western world today is substantially united in a method of conducting its relations. This method stands out in direct contrast to patterns existing elsewhere in the world. It presents the conception of a cooperative peace. It is diametrically opposed to the historic Old World conception of the Pax Romana, peace by universal empire.

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