The Monroe Doctrine and the Governance of Greenland’s Security

  title={The Monroe Doctrine and the Governance of Greenland’s Security},
  author={Dawn Alexandrea Berry},
On the first anniversary of the April 1940 German invasion of Denmark, American Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Danish Ambassador Henrik Kauffmann signed the Denmark–United States Agreement for the Defense of Greenland.3 The controversial act signaled a major shift in American foreign policy relating to the island, which until as late as May of 1939 had been dismissed by military planners as having limited strategic value to the United States.4 Following the outbreak of hostilities in… 
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