HIST-283 American Diplomatic History II
Spring for 2013-2014
This survey of the history of American foreign relations follows the development of diplomacy in its international and domestic contexts from the aftermath of World War I to the present. Topics covered include: the impact of racism, war, and revolution, the United States as a world power, as well as consideration of the economic, political, and social imperatives behind foreign policy making.
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