LLS 4280 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF LATIN AMERICA (3 credits)
Analysis of the role of Latin American states in the international political arena. Emphasis upon developing, applying and testing an explanatory theory of international politics through the study of the inter-American system: the regional, institutional and ideological environment, power relations, policies and contemporary problems. (This course fulfills the department's international politics requirement). (Cross-listed with LLS 8286, PSCI 4280, PSCI 8286)
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): PSCI 2500 or junior standing or permission of the instructor.
Distribution: Global Diversity General Education course