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Brazil's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Antonio de Aguiar Patriota

The new president of the Woodrow Wilson Center, Jane Harman, welcomed former Ambassador to Washington and current Brazilian Foreign Minister Antonio de Aguiar Patriota to the Center and thanked him for his "instrumental" presence and support "in making the Brazil Institute the primary place in Washington" to discuss bilateral policy issues. "It is a privilege," she announced, "to welcome such a distinguished diplomat and public servant."

Africa: 53 Countries, One Union - The New Challenges

Africa Program, Woodrow Wilson Center; 

School of Advamced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University; 

Foundation for World Wide Cooperation

"Africa: 53 Countries, One Union - The New Challenges" is a follow up to last year's Conference in Bologna. This Conference aims to bolster African initiatives toward unity, integration, and prosperity. Also, at issue will be the role of actors such as the United Nations, African Union, European Union, and the United States and China governments. 

Congress, the UN and the War Power: From Korea to Libya

Panelists:
Porter Goss, Former U.S. Representative (R-Fla.), Former Director, CIA
John Yoo, Professor of Law, University of California-Berkeley Law School and former staff, Office of Legal Counsel, U.S. Department of Justice
Louis Fisher, Scholar in Residence, The Constitution Project
Jonathan Broder, Senior Editor for Defense & Foreign Policy, CQ Weekly
Moderator: Don Wolfensberger, Director, The Congress Project

"As Full Rehabilitation as is Possible": Do Torture Survivors Have a Right to Care?

The Woodrow Wilson Center’s Latin American Program and the Center for Victims of Torture are proud to have co-sponsored the event, “’As Full Rehabilitation as is Possible’: Do Torture Survivors Have a Right to Care?” on what is an important, difficult, and sensitive topic.

Africa: 53 Countries, One Union - The New Challenges

Organized by:

Africa Program, Woodrow Wilson Center;  School of Advamced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University;  Foundation for World Wide Cooperation

"Africa: 53 Countries, One Union - The New Challenges" is a follow up to last year's Conference in Bologna. This Conference aims to bolster African initiatives toward unity, integration, and prosperity. Also, at issue will be the role of actors such as the United Nations, African Union, European Union, and the United States and China governments.

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