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Montevideo Conference

The Montevideo Convention on the Rights and Duties of States was signed on December 26, 1933 by most states in the Americas. At the 1933 Montevideo Conference, President Franklin Roosevelt and United States Secretary of State Cordell Hull[?] declared American oppostion to armed intervention in inter-American affairs, attempting to reverse the perception of Yankee imperialism, the so-called Good Neighbor Policy[?].

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