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HIST 3375 - CIA in the Third World

Professor: Thomas O'Brien

Description: The Central Intelligence Agency as an instrument of United States policy toward Third World nations. The history of American intelligence institutions, the contemporary history of selected developing nations, U.S. relations with these countries, and specific cases of CIA involvement.

Prerequisite: junior standing or consent of instructor. Cr. 3. (3-0).

Syllabus: http://vi.uh.edu/__docs/__syllabi/spring09/3375_obrien.pdf

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