The Federal State: Between Globalization and Regional Integration

Washington, United States

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The Center for Latin American Studies Cátedra Argentina presents

 

The Federal State: Between Globalization and Regional Integration

Featuring panel discussions with the Governor of the Province of Chaco, Argentina and scholars of the U.S. and Argentina

 

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Riggs Library

Healy Hall, 3rd Floor

12:00 – 2:00 PM - Panel Discussion

2:00 - 2:45 PM - Lunch in the adjacent President's Room

 

Join us for the first of a series of five events of the Cátedra Argentina. This seminar will cover the present and future of Federalism in Argentina.  It will compare perspectives, identify and analyze its principal tendencies through an in depth discussion between the Governor of the Province of Chaco, Argentina, and recognized Georgetown and Argentine scholars. 

 

Introduction

Amb. Jorge Arguello, Argentine Republic

Dr. Erick Langer, Georgetown University

 

Confirmed Participants

The Honorable Jorge Capitanich, Governor of Chaco

Dr. Josep M. Colomer, Georgetown  University

Dr. Pablo Maria Garat, Universidad Católica Argentina

Dr. Juan Vicente Sola, Universidad de Buenos Aires

 

Moderator

Dr. Enrique Zuleta Puceiro , Universidad de Buenos Aires