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Russian occupation of Manchuria following the Boxer rebellion posed a grave challenge to the Open Door principle, which had been initiated by the Secretary of State, John Hay, with the support of other great powers in 1899. 14 By this time, despite its reservations about military intervention in Asia, the United States was involved in the game of great powers in the Far East. Since its acquisition of the Philippines, Guam, and its annexation of Hawaii in 1898, US policy was not merely based on the pursuit of commercial interest any longer.

While such delays continued, the prowar voices became consolidated among Japanese army officers, senior statesmen, and the public opinion. 13 30 AMERICAN DIPLOMACY & STRATEGY TOWARD KOREA & NORTHEAST ASIA The US Stance and its Military Power in the Far East While the Russo-Japanese confrontation emerged, the United States became clearly supportive of Japan as it confronted Russia to keep the principle of the Open Door in Manchuria. Russian occupation of Manchuria following the Boxer rebellion posed a grave challenge to the Open Door principle, which had been initiated by the Secretary of State, John Hay, with the support of other great powers in 1899.

But in general he was much more realistic than his contemporaries. In Roosevelt’s view, nations acted not to promote universal good but to promote their own selfish interest. 36 He was also clearly aware of the need to reconcile ends and means in the practice of diplomacy. 40 Another of his pillars of thought was his emphasis on self-help in international relations. In his letter to Spring Rice, his friend and a British diplomat, he wrote, “each nation . . must rely for its own safety only upon its own forethought and industrial efficiency and fighting edge.

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