HST 951 - History of United States-East Asian Relations
3 Credit(s) This course examines key issues in United States-East Asian relations, including American China trade, Perry and the open door of Japan, the Pacific War, and the post-Cold War economic exchanges. It seeks to understand the U.S. role and actions of East Asian countries. The course emphasizes Chinese and Japanese domestic influences upon their relations with the U.S.
Not open to students who have received credit for HIS 774.