From Selma to Moscow: How Human Rights Activists Transformed U.S. Foreign Policy
A Conversation with Dr. Sarah Snyder
In the first installment of the History & International Security series of the year, Professor Simon Miles interviewed Dr. Sarah Snyder, historian of U.S. foreign relations specializing in human rights and the Cold War.
“It is transnational connections that drive people to get involved in the human rights movement,” said Dr. Snyder.
Read more about Dr. Snyder’s conversation in an article by the Duke Chronicle’s Deepti Afnihotri, “‘Largely a generational issue’: Professor says connections, more than Vietnam War, led to human rights activism”.