LSE-FGV Summer Workshop 2011

Latin America in the 21st Century

LSE-FGV Summer Workshop, 9 July, New Academic Building

The Latin America International Affairs Programme at LSE IDEAS and the Center for International Relations at the Getulio Vargas Foundation in Brazil successfully organised a one-day workshop of lectures on contemporary Latin American politics and foreign relations on 9 July 2011.

Comprising lectures given by renowned experts from around Latin America and the UK, the workshop  provided an intelligent, intensive and enjoyable introduction to the region highlighting key themes such as recent election trends, security and integration. 

With the attendance of students, academics, journalists and other professionals as well as other members of the public with an interest in Latin America. This workshop provided them with a solid grounding in regional affairs.

Saturday 9 July                                         
                                                                                        

9.45-10.00:    Introductory Remarks

Speakers: Dr Tanya Harmer |and Dr Matias Spektor|


10.00-11.15:    Lecture 1 - Foreign Policy Strategies of a Rising Brazil  

Speaker: Dr Matias Spektor |

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11.30-12.45:   Lecture 2 - Recent Elections and Reflections on the Pink Tide 

                                                        Speaker: Dr Guy Burton |

 Burton


13.45-15.00:  Lecture 3 - Patterns of Regional Insecurity: Colombia and Mexico 

                                                Speaker: Dr Juan Tokatlian

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15.15-16.30:   Lecture 4 -  UNASUR in Regional Politics: The Case of Bolivia 

Speaker:  Dr Juliana Bertazzo |

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16.45-18.00:   Lecture 5 - Latin America and the United States 

Speaker: Dr Kenneth Maxwell|

Maxwell 


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Organisers:

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Latin america international affairs|

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Sponsors: 

 

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Colaborator:

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