Reformist Intervention: US Strategy Towards the Developing World Since 1950

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

Reformist Intervention: US Strategy Towards the Developing World Since 1950 REFORMIST INTERVENTION: U.S. POLICY TOWARDS THE DEVELOPING WORLD SINCE 1950 This project presents a novel effort to combine case studies w/ relevant data to explore how the US attempted to manipulate elite structures in the developing world to promote polities that were more closely aligned with its national security interests. Why did reformist intervention succeed in some places and fail in others, and what lessons can we draw from that history? These are the major questions the study will seek to address.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/1/159/1/16

Funding

  • Smith Richardson Foundation: $49,993.00

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