Center-Sponsored Course, 2003-04

Mexico: What Lies Ahead?
Prof. Sergio Aguayo

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As the enthusiasm of the July 2000 presidential election has withered away, there are growing concerns about Mexico’s future. This course will review key variables of the last three years of Mexico’s history and incorporate the results of the 2003 midterm election. Some of the topics to be analyzed are:
• President Vicente Fox’s first three years;
• Mexico’s new foreign policy, with an emphasis on relations with the U.S.;
• Human rights and the debate about the past;
• The July 2003 results and the political trends that will influence the 2006 presidential election.

Sergio Aguayo is Professor of History at the Center for International Studies at the Colegio de México. He is a founding member of the Academia Mexicana de Derechos Humanos and writes a weekly column for the Mexico City daily Reforma.


April 7 – 28, Wednesdays 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
CLAS Conference Room, 2334 Bowditch Street
LAS 298.3/198.3 1 unit, pass/no-pass grading option

This course is open to graduate students and advanced undergraduates.

To obtain a class entry code, please submit a brief narrative describing your interest and experience in the subject matter. Please email this statement to Jean Spencer at jean_s@uclink.berkeley.edu no later than December 1.

Please note: Drop-ins will not be admitted.

 



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