HIST 0375 - U.S. - Latin America Relations Since 1898

Credits: 3

This course explores the history of U.S. intervention (economic, political and military) in Latin America since 1898 (the Spanish-American War). Topics of study include: human rights struggles, treatment of indigenous populations, U.S. support for military dictatorships, the Cuban Revolution, the war on drugs, globalization, and free trade. The course's primary focus lies with Central America and the Caribbean.

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