Essay about President Woodrow Wilson 's Foreign Policy Doctrine

721 Words Oct 27th, 2015 3 Pages
As the Great War began in 1914 and ended in 1918 , president Woodrow Wilson established his foreign policy which was known as “Liberal Internalism”, which is “A foreign policy doctrine that argues about how the liberal states should involve themselves in other sovereign states(United Nations) in order to pursue liberal objectives”.This policy went hand in hand and made it clear that it was now the united states turn to promote both a free market and a political democracy, which Wilson later did as he entered the Great War to give opportunities to promote his goals.
On April 2 , 1917 ,President Woodrow Wilson asked Congress to declare war on Germany, As he promised in his speech he wanted to, a new world that was based on “peace and justice” among the free and the people that are self-governing in the new world. However president Wilson before entering the great war he established that America was going to declare neutrality,which was vow to keep the united states out of the war. But as that was said in 1917 after the reelections , germany warfare submarines bombarded American ships that were transporting goods to England, which caused him to break his promise of neutrality. According to Voice of Freedom(101),”Neutrality is no longer feasible or desirable where the peace of the world is involved and the freedom of its peoples , and he menace to that peace of the world is involved and the freedom existence of autocratic governments backed by organized force, which is…

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