Tuesday, November 19, 2013

U.S. abandoned the Monroe Doctrine , said John Kerry , would no longer interfere in the internal affairs of other countries.

U.S. abandoned the Monroe Doctrine , said John Kerry , would no longer interfere in the internal affairs of other countries.

U.S. Secretary of State , John Kerry abandoned the Monroe Doctrine , which works for nearly 200 years
John Kerry speaks at the headquarters of the Organization of American States , and said that the Monroe Doctrine , which limits the impact of European countries and Latin America, was a mistake
Monroe Doctrine was adopted during the fifth U.S. President James Monroe (1817-1825 year) .
Monroe Doctrine divided the world of European and American system of government, which in turn requires a mutual non-interference in domestic politics associated with different countries. The doctrine was adopted during the struggle of the Spanish colonies in South America for independence.
But over time, the Monroe Doctrine has become an instrument of U.S. aggression and interference in the internal affairs of other countries. For example, in the 19th century Mexican leader Porfirio Diaz said: " Mexico is bad , it is so far from God and so close to the United States. "
In 1840 the U.S. seized more than half of Mexico current states ( Texas, California , Arizona , Nevada , New Mexico , etc.).
The United States already would assume the role of advocate and build relations with South American countries as equal partners , according to The Wall Street Journal.
U.S. Secretary of State stresses that Latin American countries are now equal partners in the U.S., and the country will " share the responsibility and will cooperate in the field of security. " .
According to Carey, the majority of countries in the Western Hemisphere still going in the right direction, it is the way of democracy, writes "Kommersant ".

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