Argentina & U.S.A.
Legislative Powers
"Workshop on Exports Control for Judges and Prosecutors"

On November 14 and 15 of 2012, the United States Department of Justice developed a two-day seminar for judges, prosecutors and investigators from Argentina, to discuss about the complexities of the trade of sensitive and dual-use materials and technologies and about different collaboration programs to deal with those problems.

With those pourposes, a group of more than 20 representatives from the argentine judicial power dialogued with a delegation of several members of the Department of Justice and the FBI of the United States, discussing various mechanisms to enhance non-proliferation control and comparing experiences.

"U.S. Elections 2012: Program in the United States"

Between the 4th and the 9th of November of 2012 the Dialogue carried out a very intensive program in Washington and Virginia related to the elections in that country; but also to the characteristics of the political, economic and judicial system of the United States, as well as to the relations and interests of that country towards Latin America in general and the Argentina in particular.

Thanks to that, a delegation of prominent leaders of Argentina (national and provincial Senators and Representatives, the President of DAIA (the main jewish organization of the country), directors of NGOs, journalists, etc.) had meetings with prominent personalities, including the Mayor and the President of the City Council of Washington, the Under Secretary of international Trade of the United States (Frank Sanchez), Sonia Sotomayor (Justice of the Supreme Court), the Deputy Assistant Secretary for South America (Kevin Whitaker) and the Principal Deputy Undersecretary for Political-Military Affairs (Thomas Kelly), etc.

"U.S. Elections 2012: Program in Argentina"

September 10th to 14th saw an intense program developed by our Foundation, with the support of the Embassy of the United States, to discuss over the elections that took place in November in the U.S.

During all that week, and with activities in the cities of Buenos Aires, La Plata and Rosario, Professor Jennie Lincoln lectured both in public and private areas on the features that stand out in the election process in the United States.

"The bilateral relation: present and future (Ambassador Jorge Arguello)"

Last 26th of June of 2012, our Foundation organized a lunch with our Ambassador in the USA, Dr. Jorge Arguello, having also the presence of almost 200 people representing our political, economic, academic and diplomactic areas, and also several diplomats for different foreign embassies.

During two intense hours our Ambassador spoke about the present and future of our bilateral relations, as well as different tools and strategies that he is using to fulfil the objetives of our foreign policy towards that country.

"The State of the future 2011: future scenarios for the governance and the energy"

Closing our activities of 2011, we had the honour of having the presence of Jerome Glenn, founder and director of the Millenium Project.

In a very dinamic meeting, where participated representatives from public and private institutions and many journalists, he devoloped different future scenarios about the world and the region.

"Government 2.0"

Our foundation, during the week of the 19-23 of September, carried out an extensive program on Government 2.0, thanks to the endorsement of the Embassy of the USA.

For that purpose we counted with the presence of the Director of the Microsoft Institute for Advanced Technology in Governments, Lewis Shepherd, who exposed at the Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI), the National Technological University, the National University of La Plata, the Inter-American Open University (Rosary branch), the Argentine University of Business (UADE) and participated as speaker at IX International Congress on Informative Technological Innovation. In addition to that, he carried out meetings with national, provincial and municipal authorities to explore better mechanisms to improve the operation of the governments in all the levels and spheres.

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Go to the previous activities of the Dialogue

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Part of our delegation during our meeting with Frank Sanchez, Undersecretary of International Trade of the United States (Washington DC).

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Alternative Energies, Environment and Climate Change

Our Foundation is pleased to announce that, along with TESA Foundation, organized a program on environmental issues that was developed in Washington, Springfield, Des Moines and Austin.
With the endorsement of the Embassy and the State Department of the USA, we head an important delegation of officers, academics, consultants and specialists in these subjects; that had the opportunity to develop an important agenda in the United States.

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Obama Delivers State of Union Address

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 encounters we counted with the exposition of the journalist Nelson Castro, the former vice-president candidate Jorge Asís, the former national representative Raúl Baglini, former Minister of Justice Alberto Iribarne, and presidential precandidate Ricardo Alfonsín, between other personalities.


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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