Course Catalog

IPOL8647

Sem:US Mexico Relations

The United States and Mexico share one of the longest borders in the world; they also have one of the most complex bilateral relationships yet, it is one that is not always understood and explored adequately. In this seminar students will be exposed to the key historical events that have shaped the present relationship. They will explore the similarities and differences of a relationship that makes it one of the toughest to manage. Students will explore the key aspects that make up a bilateral agenda that can be considered one of the most challenging in international policy: An uneasy past, constant immigration pressures, drug trafficking, trade issues, environmental problems and new security challenges. For more insights into this course please see the US-Mexico Relations Seminar website.
Subject:
International Policy
Department:
International Policy
Division:
Intl Policy & Management
Requirements Fulfilled:

Sections

Fall 2012 - MIIS

IPOL8647A-F12 Seminar (Arrocha)

Fall 2011 - MIIS

IPOL8647A-F11 Seminar (Arrocha)

Fall 2010 - MIIS

IPOL8647A-F10 Seminar (Arrocha)

Fall 2009 - MIIS

IPOL8647A-F09 Seminar (Arrocha)