The 20th Century brought a period of increased involvement in international affairs for the United States. A desire for new markets and raw materials began the new foreign policies of the Progressive Era. Roosevelt's "Big Stick Policy" as well as Taft's "Dollar Diplomacy" resulted in United States involvement in Latin America. Woodrow Wilson would also continue this trend and eventually bring the United States to it's role in World War I. The results include the Panama Canal, many new territories and the growth of the Unites States as a world power.