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The symposium is an  inter-college event where students openly discuss the topics explored  within each college’s respective theme.

Every  RC  student will give either a Presentation or a  Poster -  either as a  group  or as an individual project.  Every RC student will also be an audience  member.  

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The Symposium is organized into two, concurrent, sessions: Session I: 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. & Session II: 3:10 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.
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Saturday, December 1 • 3:10pm - 4:40pm
How US Intervention Fostered Human Rights Violations

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Is the US a force for  democracy? Both famous and lesser-known examples of intervention in other  countries provide insight on what our foreign policy goals really are. Based  on academic readings, one can argue that America's impact on other  countries when trying to establish their global power is problematic, costly,  and harmful to others, having human rights being set aside in order to  fulfill the political, economic, and social motives of America. This is  apparent in the US's interaction with the Philippines between the 1940s and  50s, China in 1950s, Korea between 1950 and 1953, Iraq between 1972 and 1975,  Zaire from 1975-78, and Morocco in 1983.


Campbell, Caroline

Global College

Etheridge, Kevin

Global College

Saturday December 1, 2018 3:10pm - 4:40pm EST
Terrace Toom ELC
  Global, Interactive Poster
  • Special Requirements: Electricity, Table, Screen