Latin America 2003

Friday February 14th & Saturday February 15th, 2003

Mill Lane Lecture Rooms, 8 Mill Lane, Cambridge


Friday, February 14th, 2.30pm

Security Issues

Chair, Charles Jones, Director, Centre of Latin American Studies
University of Cambridge

Andrés Fontana, Universidad de Belgrano, Argentina
Post 9 – 11 Inter-American Relations: Perceptions, Policies & Institutions

Andrés Serbin, Universidad de Belgrano, Argentina & Simón Bolívar Professor, Université Paris III
Governability & Security of the Caribbean Rim: Cuba, Venezuela & Columbia

4.00pm  Tea

Adapting to Globalization

Chair, Guillermo Makin, Universidad de Belgrano, Argentina

J. Archibaldo Lanús, Argentine Ambassador, Paris
New Global Realities & the Challenge for Latin America

Jerome Booth, Ashmore Investment Management Ltd.
The Shift in Ideology from South to North

Alfredo Toro-Hardy, Venezuelan Ambassador, London
Globalization & Latin America

Saturday, February 15th, 9.30am

Democratic Tensions

Chair, Guillermo O’Donnell, Simón Bolívar Professor
University of Cambridge

David Lehmann, University of Cambridge
Transformations in the Social Structure of Latin American Countries

André Lara Resende, Centre for Brazilian Studies, University of Oxford
Changes in Perspectives in Brazil

11.00am    Coffee

View from Washington

Jorge Rosales, Washington Correspondent, La Nación & Universidad Nacional de la Plata
Bush & Latin America: the Absence of a Pro-Active Policy

Roundtable & general discussion


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Free parking available on Sidgwick Site, accessed from Sidgwick Avenue or West Road. 
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Organized by the Centre of International Studies & the Centre of Latin American Studies
University of Cambridge