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29 August, 17:09

In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt negotiated an end to the Russo-Japanese War, an action for which he received the Nobel Peace Prize. What conclusion can be drawn from these events?

America was not ready to be a world power and needed to learn from other countries.

Asian nations disliked President Roosevelt, and America's influence there was weakened.

The international community respected America as a legitimate global power.

America's reasons for adopting imperialistic policies were solely altruistic.

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  1. 29 August, 18:05
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    The international community respected America as a legitimate global power.

    Explanation:

    The fact that both Russia and Japan accepted the United States as a mediator implies that they saw it as a legitimate global power, a prestigious international actor. Roosevelt was acting for the American interests, too, it must be clearly understood: peace and stability in Asia were good for American trade and economic interests in the Far East.
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