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Wednesday, February 4, 2009  |  Americas Quarterly

Ensuring that students have access to computers and the skills to use them will make Uruguay the most wired country in the world, writes President Tabaré Vázquez. This feature article appears in the Winter 2009 issue of Americas Quarterly, which examines connectivity and the digital divide. For more information, visit www.americasquarterly.org. ... Read More

Uruguay: Regional Opportunities in a Changing Global Scenario

Friday, August 8, 2008

In the wake of the floundering Doha Round of trade talks, AS/COA hosted its annual Montevideo conference, focusing on Uruguay's positive economic performance in the context of global market flux. Presentations by Ministers Danilo Astori and Daniel Martínez as well as U.S. Congressman Gregory Meeks served as conference highlights. ... Read More

Uruguay: Investment, Growth, and Development

Friday, August 10, 2007

For the second year in a row, the Americas Society and Council of the Americas, in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce Uruguay-USA, convened over 150 senior-level private sector representatives, government officials, and members of the press for a conference analyzing Uruguay’s investment opportunities as well as the Southern Cone’s energy sector. ... Read More

Uruguay: Strategic Partner

Wednesday, August 30, 2006  |  Eric Farnsworth  |  The Miami Herald

Some fascinating things are happening in the South American nation of Uruguay that should catch the attention of policymakers in Washington. If they don't, we run the risk of missing a historic opportunity to re-orient hemispheric relations in a manner consistent with strategic U.S. interests. ... Read More

President Tabaré Vázquez Delivers Address at the 2006 Montevideo Conference

Monday, July 31, 2006

A Latin American Cities Conferences event, Uruguay in the Global Economy on August 9 brought together members of government and the private sector, including President Tabaré Vásquez, to discuss the central government's agenda, institutional and economic reforms, business climate and investment opportunities, and MERCOSUR, as well as other trade agreements. ... Read More

José Gurvich: Constructive Imagination

Friday, September 30, 2005

This is the catalogue of the first solo institutional exhibition of Uruguayan artist José Gurvich in New York. This important exhibition of paintings, drawings, and ceramics, produced between 1957 and 1973, examines Gurvich’s role in the School of the South as a student of Joaquin Torres-García and an exponent of constructivism nationally and internationally. ... Read More