Daily News January 25, 2016

The New OAS: An interview with Secretary General Luis Almagro For several years the Organization of American States has seen its mission constrained by a lack of budget, the emergence of political organizations with similar functions, and heavy criticism citing inaction, bureaucracy and too close a relationship with the United States. Last year’s elections offered the possibility of a badly-needed renewal in management, and the new secretary general, Uruguayan diplomat Luis Almagro Lemes, is determined to carry it out. Latin Trade spoke with Almagro for his view on the organization’s future. Continue reading. III CAF-LSE Conference: Global Governance in an Era of Uncertainty The Third Annual CAF-LSE Conference took place in London on January 15. The theme of the conference, […]

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