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Remarks by AS/COA President Susan Segal at AS/COA's 2008 Latin American Cities Conference in Bogota

Wednesday, June 18, 2008  |  Susan Segal

Durante la décimo-segunda conferencia: Colombia a los ojos de Wall Street de AS/COA en Bogota, la presidenta de AS/COA Sugan Segal enfocó su presentación en el crecimiento economico de Colombia durante los ultimos años. También habló sobre la posibilidad de un tratado de libre comercio (TLC) entre los Estados Unidos y Colombia. ... Read More

The Andean Region at a Crossroads: Economic, Political, and Security Prospects

Monday, June 2, 2008

With tensions running high between some Andean countries, AS/COA convened a roundtable on economic, political, and security issues affecting the region. The discussion included a keynote speech by Ecuador's Minister of the Government and Police Fernando Bustamante. ... Read More

Secretary General José Miguel Insulza on the OAS Role in the Western Hemisphere

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

In an AS/COA Online interview, OAS Secretary General José Miguel Insulza describes the role of the agency in negotiating recent border tensions between Ecuador and Colombia, autonomy and recall votes in Bolivia, and U.S.-Cuba relations. "[T]he OAS has to prove itself as the main forum for political dialogue in the Americas," said Insulza. ... Read More

Which Way for Constitutional Reform?

Thursday, December 6, 2007  |  Carin Zissis

After Venezuela's rejection of a new constitution, attention turns to other Latin American attempts at reform, particularly in Bolivia and Ecuador. Plagued by protests, Bolivia's constitutional reform remains in doubt. Venezuelan Ambassador Bernardo Álvarez Herrera and President Rafael Correa of Ecuador discussed constitutional reform at AS/COA events. ... Read More

Entrevista con Carlos Villegas Quiroga

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

En esta entrevista exclusiva con Carlos Villegas Quiroga, ministro de hidrocarburos de Bolivia, el ministro promueve que “las empresas privadas inicien programas y proyectos de exploración conjuntamente con la empresa estatal Boliviana.” Mirando hacia el futuro, nota las condiciones necesarias para empezar un diálogo sobre temas energéticos con Chile y menciona que Bolivia tendrá una idea clara a mediados de diciembre sobre las inversiones de Petrobras. ... Read More