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HIST 3380
United States Diplomatic History
Three semester hours. (FL-Odd)
The course examines the origins of U. S. modern diplomatic practices; territorial and commercial expansion; legal and constitutional problems; and the course of U. S. foreign relations. Topics include America's emergence as a leader in world affairs; imperialism; international collaboration; participation in world wars; and the Cold War. (Cross-listed with PSCI 4340)

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