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PSCIĀ 257: U.S. - Latin American Relations

Often controversial, U.S.-Latin American relations occupy a special place in the foreign policy of the United States. Students compare differing views of political issues of importance to both regions and explore the emergence of U.S. power, interventionism, cooperation, revolution, collective security, the transition to democracy, and the influence of economic factors on the relationship between Latin America and the U.S. Counts toward Latin American studies major and concentration and management studies concentration.

Chinese

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...and Japan AS/RE 257 Buddhism AS/RE...Science, Ethics, and Religion PSCI 245 Asian Regionalism...

Environmental Studies

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...East PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and Policies PSCI...275 Environmental History PHIL 257 Environmental Ethics 1...

Japanese

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...and Japan AS/RE 257 Buddhism AS/RE...Science, Ethics, and Religion PSCI 245 Asian Regionalism...

Latin American Studies

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...of Latin American Studies) PSCI 257 U.S. - Latin American Relations PSCI 264 Latin American...

Management Studies

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...257 Environmental Ethics PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and Policies PSCI 252 Politics and Development PSCI...