The United States pulled out of seizing lands for canal using purposes and military intervention. The United States increased the annuities paid for the use of the Panama Canal. Roosevelt's intention with the Good Neighbor Policy was to discuss the Panama Sovereignty at the Pan-American Peace Conference. In 1939 Panama ceases being a US protectorate when the US Senate passes the Hull-Alfaro Treaty.
Sténio Vincent ran for office of the Presidency on a nationalist campaign based on opposing American presence in Haiti. While the Marines left in 1934, this emboldened his leadership style. Meanwhile, under the influence of the Good Neighbor policy the US became a major trader with Heidi.
Franklin Roosevelt's Secretary of State Cordell Hull was as important a figure in the Good Neighbor Movement as Roosevelt himself. Cordell supported Roosevelt's policy saying, "No country has the right to intervene in the internal or external affairs of another" and served as a dignitary to many Latin American Countries. The Good Neighbor Policy saw the removal of United States Marines from Haiti and Nicaragua, and caused the annulment of the Platt Amendment.
Franklin D. Roosevelt Receives Pan American Award for his Good Neighbor Policy; President Franklin D. Roosevlet was presented an award by the Pan American Society for his Good Neighbor Policy. The Roosevelt Administration embraced a non-interventionalist foreign policy with Latin America in the hopes to encourage reciprocal trade with these nations, and to prevent an alliance between Latin American nations and the Nazis.
Cleaning up America's Backyard: The Overthrow of Guatemala's Arbenz
USA's Benefits The United States had benefited throughout the whole history of the Good Neighbor Policy with Latin America. The MD allowed Latin American support against other nations, The RC allowed the USA to profit off management and secured military ports the Good Neighbor Policy opened up treading opportunities between Latin American and the United States.