Taught in Spanish at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica and may not be offered every semester. This course analyzes the foreign policy of Latin American countries, comparing the different strategies and perspectives that each country of the region has designed to integrate itself into the globalized world. Also, the course will analyze the processes of integration, cooperation, and defense that are currently in place in Latin America. The various foreign policies will be studied in light of the particular politics, economics, and social processes that each Latin American country has experienced from 1980 until today. Meets with LAS 380.31.
For Syracuse PSC majors, this course can count toward the Comparative Politics concentration.
Department: Political Science