HY113 provides an introductory survey of events outside Europe in the twentieth century, with a particular emphasis on the collapse of the Western colonial empires, the development of relations between the West and new states within Asia, Africa and the Middle East, the struggle between left and right in Latin America, and the rise of non-Western models of political development. It begins with the state of the European empires in the first half of the century; Indian, and Algerian independence; post-independence Africa and the rise and fall of apartheid; the rise of the non-aligned movement; North-South debates and the debt crisis of the 1980s; the path from independence to revolution in Cuba; the Japanese challenge to the West; the Chinese revolution; China under Mao and Deng; the Japanese developmental state; the development of the modern Middle East; and the Iranian revolution.

    Teacher: Picture of Roham AlvandiPicture of Antony BestPicture of Rosalind CoffeyPicture of Anton HarderPicture of Tanya HarmerPicture of Joanna LewiskwakwakwakwakwaPicture of Pete MillwoodPicture of David MotadelPicture of Daniel StrieffPicture of Eline Van Ommen