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Interview: Carlos Zeferino Torreblanca, Governor of the State of Guerrero, on what's happening in Guerrero today

Monday, August 3, 2009

Carlos Zeferino Torreblanca, governer of Guerrero, Mexico, spoke with AS/COA in an exclusive interview. Guerrero is one of the poorest states in the country, but Governor Torreblanca remains optimistic about tourism, infrustructure development, and the fight against rural poverty. ... Read More

Entrevista: Carlos Zeferino Torreblanca, Gobernador de Guerrero, Mexico

Monday, August 3, 2009

Gobernador de Guerrero, Mexico Carlos Zeferino Torreblanca conversó con AS/COA en una entrevista excusiva. Guerrero es uno de los estados más pobres del país, pero el Gobernador Torreblanca guarda su optimismo en el turismo, el desarrollo de la infraestructura y la lucha contra la pobreza rural. ... Read More

Interview: Colorado Speaker of the House Terrance Carroll on Immigrant Rights

Thursday, July 9, 2009

AS/COA speaks with Colorado Speaker of the House Terrance Carroll about why his state has been “ground zero” for anti-immigrant legislation and how this has adversely affected Colorado. Carroll, an ordained minister and practicing attorney, also focuses on the lessons to be learned at a national level from the Colorado experience. ... Read More

Interview: COA's Eric Farnsworth on Panama's Presidential Election

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

In an AS/COA Online interview, Eric Farnsworth lays out what Panama's May 3 presidential election could mean for the country’s economy and for bilateral relations with Washington. He explains that Ricardo Martinelli, who leads in polls, “has always been able to navigate the very complicated relationship with the Unites States.” ... Read More

Amb. Jeffrey Davidow on Expectations for the Summit of the Americas

Friday, April 3, 2009

In an exclusive interview, White House Advisor for the Summit of the Americas Jeffrey Davidow speaks about expectations for April's summit in Port of Spain. The Obama administration will seek to build on the hemisphere’s past decade of accomplishments through a “real focus on exchanging ideas, techniques, and best practices,” said Davidow. ... Read More

Interview: Dr. Thomas Dillehay on Moon Tears: Mapuche Art and Cosmology

Monday, February 2, 2009

Dr. Thomas D. Dillehay, a distinguished professor of anthropology at Vanderbilt University and Professor Extroardinaire at the Universidad de Chile, talks with AS/COA Online about the objects featured in Moon Tears: Mapuche Art and Cosmology from the Domeyko Cassel Collection—the current exhibition featured at the Americas Society. ... Read More