By S. Payaslian
This entire research of yankee coverage towards the Armenian query and the Armenian Genocide makes a speciality of the real position giant enterprise performed in maintaining the U.S. from extra actively opposing the genocide, regardless of huge public opinion calling for larger motion. It surveys the historic evolution of U.S. coverage towards the Ottoman Empire because the early 19th century and examines the level to which the missionary neighborhood, advertisement pursuits, and overseas financial and geopolitical competitions formed U.S. coverage through the administrations of McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, Taft, and Wilson.
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S. consular offices and soon “Reports began to flow into 26 Broadway from all over the world, including those American consuls located at strategic points, some of whom were put on the Standard payroll. S. 46 In the interim, governments debated conversion of their navies from coal to oil. S. S. ”49 The political struggle over oil both at home and in international relations commenced in full force in 1911–12 as Western governments converted their navies to oil. S. government relaxed its anti-trust regulations and developed cooperative policies toward the oil industry for purposes of securing resources for the Navy.
S. oil industry responded by expanding research and marketing operations from northern Europe to the eastern Mediterranean. S. consular offices and soon “Reports began to flow into 26 Broadway from all over the world, including those American consuls located at strategic points, some of whom were put on the Standard payroll. S. 46 In the interim, governments debated conversion of their navies from coal to oil. S. S. ”49 The political struggle over oil both at home and in international relations commenced in full force in 1911–12 as Western governments converted their navies to oil.
Department of Commerce, expressed the Bureau’s satisfaction regarding the commercial advantages gained in foreign markets. Its annual report stated: The foreign commerce of the United States in 1913 exceeded in value that of any preceding year. This is true of both imports and exports. S. Policy toward the Armenian Q uestion imports aggregated $1,813,008,234, against $1,653,264,934 in 1912, the former high-record year in imports; the exports of domestic products aggregated $2,428,506,358, against $2,170,319,828 in 1912, the former high-record year in exports.