[POLS 273] Foreign Policy: Latin America and the Caribbean


A comparative study of the foreign policies of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean, with a strong focus on inter-American relations, including a simulation of a summit of the Organization of American States. Reviews the main theories that explore the role of Latin America and the Caribbean in international relations, such as modernization, dependency, and corporatism, among others, and regional integration. This course fulfills a requirement for the Latin American and Caribbean studies minor.

Course Title

Foreign Policy: Latin America and the Caribbean

Course Code

POLS 273

Units

1

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: Political Science 160 or 272, or consent of instructor.

Frequency

Offered even years, spring semester.
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