Argentina & U.S.A.
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"The Judicial System, the roll of the Judge and the right to the privacy"

On the occasion of the visit to our country of two important specialists, the Dialogue developed two activities: Thursday 11 and Mondays 15 of December.

The visitors were Judge Peter Messitte and Dr. Jon Mills, with who we shared a lunch the 11 and a meeting at the University of Buenos Aires the 15 of December, with its Dean, Dr. Atilio Alterini.

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"Challenges on Human Rights for the Obama Administration"

Last Tuesday 9 of December our Foundation organized a conference at CARI to try to anticipate some questions that could develop during the government of Obama in issues of Human Rights.

The speaker was Dr. Allida Black, Professor of History and International Relations at the University George Washington, and with more than 17 years worked with Senator Clinton, next Secretary of State, in subjects of social justice and human rights.

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"The Inter-American System of Defense: opportunities and challenges"

Elevating us geographically a little, last 7th of November we organized a breakfast work jointly with the Embassy of Canada.

The main speaker was Dr. Hal Klepak, main adviser of the VIII Conference of Defence Ministers of the Americas (CDMA, held from September 2-6 in Banff, Alberta), and we counted with the participation of an important and outstanding number of local specialists.

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"The U.S. Presidential Elections, Party Platforms and the Profiles of the Candidates"

The Embassy and the Dialogue organized on October 29 a videoconference on “The U.S. Presidential Elections, Party Platforms and the Profiles of the Candidates”.

Both main political parties were represented by Ms. Susana Mendoza (State Representative of the Democratic Party, Illinois) and by Mr. David Rivera (State Representative of the Republican Party, Florida).

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"United States, International Security and Nuclear non proliferation"

On October 16, our Foundation organized a meeting chaired by the United States Ambassador to UN Agencies in Vienna, Greg Schulte.

The encounter took place at the facilities of the Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI) and had the participation of diplomats, academics, scientists and civilian and military specialists.

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"The U.S. Presidential Candidates and their Perspectives"

On September 24 the Embassy, with the colaboration of the Argentine American Dialogue, held a digital video conference with Mr. Raúl “Danny” Vargas, chairman of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly.

There, the republican presented many of the ideas that the candidate McCain have for the hemisphere.

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"Internet, Politics and the U.S. Presidential Elections"

Last September 19th Professor Carol Darr, from Harvard and George Washington University, offered her vision about the importance of the relations between the Web and the Politics, with special emphasis on the case of the next presidential elections in her country.

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Go to the previous activities of 2008

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Ambassador Greg Schulte, United States Ambassador to UN Agencies in Vienna, and distinguished guest of the AAD.

Accede to the complete list of activities made by the Dialogue.
Our Executive Director returned from a scholarship of six weeks in the United States

Eduardo Diez was chosen by the Department of State, and the Fulbright Commission, to attend a course of six weeks on "Foreign policy of the United States".
The seminary was developed from the 9 of June during four weeks in the University of Florida (Gainesville), and after that were other two weeks distributed between Miami, Chicago and Washington D.C.

Bush Delivers State of Union Address 2008

The U.S. Constitution requires that the president report to Congress "from time to time" on the "State of the Union." This constitutional requirement has evolved into the president's annual State of the Union address, which now serves several purposes. The speech reports on the condition of the United States both domestically and internationally, recommends a legislative agenda for the coming year and gives the president the opportunity to convey personally his vision for the nation.

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The Argentine American Dialogue is developing a series of meetings destined to analyze different aspects of the national and international reality.

In the first two encounter we counted with the exposition of the journalist Nelson Castro and the vice-president candidate Jorge Asís.


Synthesis of Argentine and American history

Tucumán Congress

Congress that reunited the representatives of the United Provinces of the Silver River in the present Argentine city of San Miguel de Tucumán. In the session of the 9 of July of 1816, presided by Francisco N. Laprida, it declared independence from the Spanish colonial power ("and from all other foreign domination").

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Signature of the Declaration of Independence.

The 2 of July of 1776, the Congress voted the national independence and the 4 of July approved the Declaration of Independence. Also it ordered to George Washington the recruitment of an army, approved the emission of paper money and created local governments.

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Follow the actuallity of the economies and the value of the currencies.

From here you will be able to consult the value of the two currencies, as also the pages of the respective Ministries of Economy.

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