EI Undergraduate Fellows Panel

Consequences for Our Actions: Human Rights and Immigration Today in the Context of US Foreign Policy During the Cold War

In this panel, we explore the consequences of US foreign policy from Eisenhower through Reagan. Specifically, in the effort to contain the Soviet Union, US foreign policy in the developing world frequently supported regimes that engaged in tremendous violence against their own populations. Today, we are still seeing the effects of these policies in the form of migration pressures and human rights crises.


Tuesday, April 27 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm


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Lectures & Presentations

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Eisenhower Institute, Political Science Department, Public Policy Department
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