Document Type

Honors Capstone Project

Date of Submission

Spring 5-1-2019

Capstone Advisor

Natalie Koch

Honors Reader

Azra Hromadžić

Capstone Major

International Relations

Capstone College

Arts and Science

Audio/Visual Component

no

Capstone Prize Winner

no

Won Capstone Funding

no

Honors Categories

Social Sciences

Subject Categories

International Relations | Political Science | Social and Behavioral Sciences

Abstract

This study explores the complex relationship between U.S. militarism and tourism in the Philippines. The tourism perspective that is prominent throughout challenges the equality of the military partnership between the U.S. and the Philippines. This study analyses the history of the U.S. military presence in the Philippines, starting with the colonial era at the turn of the twentieth century. Assessing infrastructure—its past and ongoing development—reveals itself as a significant connection between militarism and tourism—mobility. Ultimately, this study of the relationship between U.S. militarism and tourism provides a better understanding of the future impacts of the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement—a 2016 bilateral agreement—in the Philippines.

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Available for download on Thursday, July 16, 2020

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