200 years of the US-Colombia relationship: continued opportunities for part

200 years of the US-Colombia relationship: continued opportunities for part

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Colombian Ambassador to the United States Juan Carlos Pinzon talks to Harvard Students

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Colombia and the United States established diplomatic relations on June 19, 1822. As recognized by the United States Department of State, “The United States and Colombia share a commitment to promoting security, prosperity, and democratic governance in Colombia and across the Western Hemisphere”. To commemorate the bicentennial of diplomatic relations between Colombia and the United States, Ambassador Juan Carlos Pinzón will speak about the history of the countries’ binational relationship, their partnership, the political challenges that both countries face, and how it impacts the region. These remarks will be followed by a Q&A session featuring the Ambassador focused on the boundless opportunities Colombia might offer in terms of security, economic recovery, supply change, migration, climate change.

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Juan Carlos Pinzón, Ambassador of Colombia to the United States

Moderators:

Juan Felipe Wills, LL.M candidate at Harvard Law School. At Harvard, he is part of the Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program, the Harvard Human Rights Journal, the Program on International Law and Armed Conflict, and the Colombian Students Society.

Maria Camila Perez, PhD candidate at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health. At Harvard, she is part of the Committee of Mental Health and Wellbeing of the BPH program and the Colombian Student Society.

Presented in collaboration with the Harvard Colombian Student Society.

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