سياسة الولايات المتحدة الامريكية تجاه بوليفيا (1823-1946)

  • أ.م.د. رغد فيصل عبد الوهاب
  • م. بهجت شبيب فشاخ

Abstract

That the US-Bolivian relations during the period 1825-1947, were dependent on the penetration and extension of the roots of US economic policy, which carried the beginning of the formation of stages of relations and development, and Bolivia is one of the most important areas of tin production in the world, the Americans had to exploit economically.

Bolivia has been a test of the success of US economic policies with the Latin American countries in general. The Washington government has begun to support investment companies to work in the economically poor Bolivian arena, exploiting the activity of its imperialist companies with mixed financial assets to encourage the Bolivian government to sell or lease its properties from mines Tin for one of the top three foreign mining companies. However, Bolivia was offered a special contract to invest tin mines, taking advantage of its funds.

On the other hand, Bolivia was experiencing political instability that encouraged the military junta to race for American support, to seize power and rule, to exploit tin generals for the wealth and money of the country to strengthen their political position, and to seize money became a traditional custom, Which caused the wars of losers, so we see the frequent coups and change policies on a continuous basis, it was the result of the desire of the United States of America to create a political climate helps them to direct their economic policy away from the intervention of the Bolivians, Through economic agenda and indirectly, especially as it worked from the outset to isolate it from the regional and international environment.

Published
2021-03-31
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