February 05, 2009 // 1:00pm — 4:30pm
*** Please view our live webcast.*** Pamela Cox, regional vice president for the Latin American and Caribbean Region, The World Bank; Rebeca Grynspan, director, Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean, United Nations Development Program; Arturo Porzecanski, distinguished economist-in residence, American University; Jorge I. Domínguez, Antonio Madero professor of Mexican and Latin American politics and economics, Harvard University; Robert A. King, acting senior director for Western Hemisphere Affairs, National Security Council; Cynthia Arnson, director, Latin American Program, Woodrow Wilson Center; Merilee Grindle, director, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University; Eric Farnsworth, vice president, Council of the Americas/Americas Society.
December 04, 2008 // 8:00am — 4:00pm
November 18, 2008 // 8:00am — 4:00pm
November 07, 2008 // 7:30am — 9:30am
John Crabtree, Research Associate, Centre for Latin American Studies, Oxford UniversityLaurence Whitehead, Official Fellow Politics, Nuffield College, Oxford UniversityGeorge Gray Molina, Oxford-Princeton Global Leaders Fellow, Oxford University
October 28, 2008 // 2:00pm — 5:30pm
Pablo Rodas Martini, Chief Economist, Central American Bank for Economic Integration (BCIE)Gregory Watson, Multilateral Investment Fund, IADBYolanda de Gavidia, Former Minister of the Economy, El SalvadorJorge Máttar, Adjunct Director, ECLAC Sub-Regional Secretariat, Mexico CityHumberto López, Lead Economist, Central America, World BankPatricia Vásquez, Energy IntelligenceJorge Asturias, Regional Director for Central America, Organización Latinoamericana de Energía (OLADE)
October 15, 2008 // 8:30am — 10:00am
Gonzalo Sánchez, Director, Memoria Histórica, Álvaro Camacho, Research Coordinator, Trujillo Report
September 12, 2008 // 8:30am — 10:00am
We are expecting an exceptionally lively and informative discussion, led by Ambassador Muñoz, currently Chile's representative to the United Nations, and OAS Secretary-General José Miguel Insulza. The book is a both a personal and historical account of the overthrow of Salvador Allende and the rule of Augusto Pinochet, and of what these events meant for the citizens of Chile, written by active opponent of the dictator, who—with the return of democracy—has served as Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister Secretary-General of Government.
August 06, 2008 // 7:00pm — 11:00pm
July 10, 2008 // 8:30am — 1:00pm
Farideh Farhi, Public Policy Scholar, Woodrow Wilson Center and Adjunct Professor of Political Science, University of Hawai'i at ManoaHugo Alconada Mon, Washington Correspondent, Diario La Nación, ArgentinaFélix Maradiaga, Senior Researcher, Institute of Strategic Studies and Public Policies (IEEPP), NicaraguaElodie Brun, Doctoral Candidate in Political Science, Institut d' Études Politiques, ParisCésar Montúfar, Professor, Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, Ecuador
June 23, 2008 // 1:00pm — 12:00am