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Panama. Madison Banks Mary Avila Robert Gilpin Jannik Pantring. Location. **Southern most country in North America**. Rationale for U.S involvement. Panamanians were rebelling against the special regulations of martime traffic at ports at the entry to the canal.

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panama

Panama

Madison Banks

Mary Avila

Robert Gilpin

Jannik Pantring

location
Location

**Southern most country in North America**

rationale for u s involvement
Rationale for U.S involvement
  • Panamanians were rebelling against the special regulations of martime traffic at ports at the entry to the canal.
  • U.S also est. its own customs, tariffs, & postal services in the zone.
  • We wanted to regain control of the ports of Ancon & Cristobal. All together this involved a reduction of tariffs and the free passage of people and goods
actions the u s took in intervening
Actions the U.S took in intervening
  • President Teddy Roosevelt visited Panama in November of 1904. The visit resulted in an agreement.
  • We gained control of the ports of Ancon & Cristobal.
  • There was little military conflict needed.
panama us relationship
Panama/US relationship
  • They have a bilateral relationship. Meaning… They help each other out back and forth
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group evaluation
Group evaluation:
  • Right thing. We needed to help because they ended up our allies.
  • Benefit: We got lower tariffs, and had ports for things to be shipped in and out. Plus, Panama is our allies today and we help each other out.
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