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INTS 274: Contemporary US-Latin American Relations

Term: Spring

Credits: 4

Degree Requirements: F8

A survey of Inter-American affairs, with a focus on past and present relations between Latin American countries and the United States.
The course examines the consequences of U.S.-Latin American relations for democracy, human rights, and economic prosperity in the
Western Hemisphere. Relevant themes include democracy promotion, immigration, and trade. The course combines case studies of
specific countries, policy analysis, and historical/theoretical perspectives on Inter-American relations.

Prerequisites: none.