Europe as the Nexus of Theodore Roosevelt’s International Strategy

@inproceedings{Rofe2012EuropeAT,
  title={Europe as the Nexus of Theodore Roosevelt’s International Strategy},
  author={J. Simon Rofe},
  year={2012}
}
In January 1907, Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan wrote to President Theodore Roosevelt (TR) regarding naval deployments and the prospect of conflict with Asia’s rising power, Japan, or one of the established great powers in Europe. “In case of war with Japan what can four battleships do against their navy?” the naval man wrote. Mahan continued posing a similar question “in case of war with a European power.”1 The immediate answer to either question was “very little”; four battleships would not have… Expand
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