March 30, 2007, 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM - Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C. Headquarters
This event is a discussion with three distinguished foreign correspondents:
Hugo Alconada from La Nación, Argentina
José Carreño from El Universal, México
Pablo Bachelet from The Miami Herald, USA
Friday, March 30th
8:30 A.M.-10.00 A.M.
This talk with take place on the eve of President Bush’s meeting with President Lula da Silva of Brazil at Camp David. The interchange of ideas between the U.S. and Latin America is critical for reasons of hemispheric security, economic relations, and continuing political dialogue. These journalists will analyze the current state of U.S.-Latin American relations and the significance of the U.S.’s new focus on the region.
The panel will be moderated by Center Director, Ambassador Jaime Daremblum
Continental breakfast will be served.
RSVP: EVENTS@HUDSON.ORG OR (202) 974-2400
Betsy and Walter Stern Conference Center
Hudson Institute • 1015 15th Street, NW • Sixth Floor • Washington, DC
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