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Monroe Doctrine, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishMonroe Doctrine, thethe Monroe DoctrineMonˈroe ˌDoctrine, the  the idea, stated in a speech by President James monroe in 1823, that countries of Europe should not get involved in the affairs of the countries of North and South America, and, in exchange for this, the US would not get involved in European affairs
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