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PS 268 The U.S. & Latin America From the Colonial Era to the Present: A Critical Survey

A critical examination of US-Latin American relations from the colonial era to the present, tracing the emergence and evolution of the United States as a hemispheric and global power and its political and economic impact on Latin America. Primary attention will be focused on US relations with Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, but other Latin American countries will figure prominently during certain episodes. Enroll Info: None

Field Terms: 
Comparative Politics
International Relations
Semester: 
Fall
Year: 
2018-2019
Day(s) of the Week: 
Tuesday, Thursday
Start Time: 
9:30 AM
End Time: 
10:45 AM
Section Number: 
001
Credits: 
3
Course Level: 
Undergraduate