2016 Student Research Conference:
29th Annual Student Research Conference

Effects of United States interventionism on well-being and political stability in Latin America
Emily C. Bowen
Dr. Marc Becker, Dr. Margaret Edwards , and Dr. Stephen Christ, Faculty Mentors

United States foreign policy affects not only governmental programs and bureaucracy but also the daily lives of citizens in other countries. To truly understand the development status and political stability- or lack thereof- of Latin American countries, one must examine the wide-reaching effects of interventionism within those societies. Using multiple indicators of well-being, the paper looks at how life is improved or worsened after the US intervenes in a developing country.

Keywords: US interventionism, Latin America, international relations

Topic(s):Interdisciplinary Studies Major
History
Sociology

Presentation Type: Oral Paper

Session: -4
Location: MG 2050
Time: 1:45

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