Armando González is Chief Editor of La Nación in San Jose, Costa Rica. He is currently a member of the Executive Committee of the Inter-American Press Association and president of the Legal Affairs Committee. As a journalist and editor for more than 18 years, Mr. González has received multiple awards, including the Pío Víquez National Award for Journalism in 1989.
Evan Ellis is a professor of Latin American Sudies at the U.S. Amy War College Strategic Studies Institute. As an analyst of Latin American economies, politics, and security, Dr. Ellis is an expert on Latin American relationships with China, Iran, India, Russia, and other nations. He has published more than 70 works and has presented his research in more than 25 countries.
Celina Realuyo is a professor at the William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies at the National Defense University where she focuses on U.S. national security, social, and economic problems in Latin America. Professor Realuyo has over two decades of international experience in the public, private, and academic sectors.
Ambassador Bosco Matamoros, former Nicaraguan Ambassador to Spain and Sweden, currently lectures at the Universidad Americana de Managua. Ambassador Matamoros has broad experience in international financial and business affairs and is the author of La Contra, movimiento nicaragüense. His articles have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and Dagens Nyheter, a daily newspaper in Sweden.
Antonio José de la Cruz, an expert on inter-American relations, has more than two decades of experience in the Venezuelan energy sector and political process. Currently the Executive Director of Inter-American Trends, Mr. de la Cruz leads analyses of Latin America’s political and economic trends. He held senior positions in the Petroleum Oil Company (PDVSA) before founding the ICS Group SA in 2002, where he currently serves as President and CEO. His articles have been published in newspapers throughout Latin America and Mr. de la Cruz has been featured on CNN and VOA, among other media outlets.
Ambassador Jaime Daremblum is a senior fellow and director of Hudson Institute’s Center for Latin American Studies.
A lunch buffet will be available beginning at 11:30 am.
Hudson Institute is grateful to the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation for their generous support of this conference series.
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