the triple alliance. germany and austria-hungary were already allies by 1879 when, worried about a threat from russia, they formed the dual alliance. italy joined the group in 1882. there was a concern about a possible attack from france and the alliance needed powerful friends to defend it.
the answer you are looking for is letter c. he supported the idea of a un-run war in serbia to bring peace to the area.
supporting this idea was an important step that bill clinton took in order to attempt to secure bosnia and keep the peace there. he led peace reconciliations -known as the dayton agreement- leaving bosnia as a single state made up of two parts with one central government.
roosevelt believed that in light of the country's recent military successes, it was unnecessary to use force to achieve foreign policy goals, so long as the military could threaten force. this belief, and his strategy of “speaking softly and carrying a big stick,” shaped much of roosevelt's foreign policy.