Dr. Cary Fraser

Areas of Expertise & Interest: US Foreign Policy International Relations in the 20th Century Imperialism and Decolonization Politics of Race in the Americas and the Atlantic World International Relations of the Middle East I have pursued a dual career as both an academic and a public intellectual in North America and the Caribbean. Education: B.A. History – Guyana M.Sc. International Relations UWI – St. Augustine Ph.D. History/International Relations - University of Geneva. Courses Taught: Civil Rights American Political History in the 20th Century Caribbean History and Politics African Diaspora in the Atlantic World War and Politics in post-1945 USA American Citizenship.

There are 4 included publications by Dr. Cary Fraser :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Crossing the Color Line in Little Rock: The Eisenhower Administration and the Dilemma of Race for U.S. Foreign Policy 2000 1002 No Abstract
Decolonization and the Cold War 2013 9406 This chapter examines decolonization during the Cold War. It suggests that decolonization can be considered both as a response to the globalization of European influence and as a process of globalization which paved the way for the dismantling of the...
The 'New Frontier' of Empire in the Caribbean: The Transfer of Power in British Guiana, 1961-1964 2000 593 The vicissitudes of British imperial divestment after 1945 require scholars to explore systematically the United States’ role in reshaping the contours of the British Empire. According to William Roger Louis and Ronald Robinson, 'the post-war Empire ...
The Twilight of Colonial Rule in the British West Indies: Nationalist Assertion vs Imperial Hubris in the 1930s 1996 464 No Abstract