100 Years of the Carranza Doctrine

A Milestone in Mexican Foreign Policy

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Mexico has had different foreign policies throughout its history, however, the experience of being attacked during the 19th and early 20th centuries by foreign powers, led it to adopt an attitude of condemnation to interventionism, expressed in the Carranza Doctrine, which expresses the need to defend the national sovereignty.

These principles, released on September 1, 1918, by the then President Venustiano Carranza, as part of his government report before the Congress of the Union, established the guiding principles of international relationships, which were complemented in the 1930s by the Estrada Doctrine; both cemented the foreign policy of Mexico until the year 2000.

To commemorate this important event, we present an exhibit comprised of more than 40 pieces, among documents, books, weapons and some objects of daily use of the former president and diplomat, Genaro Estrada.


October 12 2018 to February 28 2019
From Tuesday to Saturday , 09:00 - 18:00 hrs.
Sunday , 09:00 - 17:00 hrs.
Free admission


House of Carranza Museum   Ver más información del recinto

Río Lerma 35, Esquina con Río Amazonas, C.P. 6500, Deleg. Cuauhtémoc México, Ciudad de México   Cómo llegar

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