This course analyzes the history of American foreign relations from the Spanish- American War (1898) through the twenty-first century. Discussion centers on religion, militarism, economic interests, national security, and corporate globalization as they shape the U.S. approach to the world, and the U.S. experience with the world. Students will also be challenged to think about and discuss the role of Christianity and Christians in foreign policy construction and decision-making.
Prerequisites: HIS-233 or acceptance into a History or POLIS honors major

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