AGENDA

Each year CARI offers more than 300 events such as academic sessions, conferences, meetings, round tables, workshops, seminars, symposiums, book presentations and artistic events. These activities are announced on this website and participation is completely free. CARI agenda does not consist of a list of international issues but rather a follow-up of global processes that affect the region, the country and local issues
The activities are carried out at CARI’s headquarters, located in 1037 Uruguay St., 1st floor, Buenos Aires –except when somewhere else is explicitly mentioned–

 

 

Wednesday December 12, 6:30 pm

The Foreign policy in federal countries. The case of Belgium

Academic session jointly organized with Belgium Embassy in Argentina

Peter Maddens, Ambassador of Belgium in Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, will join the event

This event will be in English

Anick Van CalsterDirector General for Bilateral Affairs at the Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation

Patricio CarmodyIndustrial Engineer (UBA) with postgraduate studies in Business (Dartmouth College), International Relations (Ecole D'Hautes Etudes Internationales) and Public Administration (Harvard University, World Bank Institute y Columbia University)

Tuesday December 11, 6:30 pm

40 years of the Spanish Constitution

Academic session conducted by Javier Sandomingo Núñez, Jesús Rodríguez and Rosendo Fraga, organized by CARI and the Embassy of Spain in Argentina

 

Welcome remarks

Adalberto Rodríguez GiavariniPresident of CARI

 

Javier Sandomingo NúñezAmbassador of Spain in the Argentine Republic

Jesús RodríguezNational Auditor General

Rosendo FragaPolitical analyst, journalist and historian

Monday December 10, 6:30 pm

Western Balkans and the European Union after Brexit. An Approach from Montenegro

The European affairs committee will host an academic session conducted by S. E. D. Milo Đukanović, President of Montenegro

Milo DukanovićPresident of Montenegro. Graduated from the Faculty of Economics of Podgorica, University of Montenegro

Tuesday November 27, 6:30 pm

The world is bigger than five countries

Academic session jointly organized by the Contemporary Eurasian Studies Working Group and the Embassy of Turkey in Argentina

Meral Barlas, Ambassador of the Turkish Republic in Argentina, will join the event

The Coordinator of the Contemporary Eurasian Studies Working Group, Ambassador Lila Roldán Vázquez, will be in charge of the welcome remarks and moderation

The conference will be in English with translation service

After the session, panelists will take audience questions

 

Turkey's foreign policy agenda and the United Nations reform

Hasan Basri YalҫinAssociate Professor at Istanbul Commerce University. Political Science and International Relations

 

Turkey's foreign policy towards Latin America since the second millennium

Mehmet Necati KutluProfessor at Ankara University, Director of the Latin American Studies Centre

 

How does the world need a G-20 that works for development paths?

Güven SakDoctor of Economic, Policy Research Foundation of Turkey. Regional Studies Director

Thursday November 22, 6:30 pm

The G20 in an uncertain world: thoughts on the Argentine presidency

Presentation of a new number of "Pensamiento Propio" Magazine, published by Regional Coordination for Economic and Social Research (CRIES)

Comments by Pedro Villagra Delgado, Paulo Botta, Alejandra Kern, José María Lladós, Federico Merke and Carolina Zaccato

Pedro Villagra DelgadoG20 Argentine Sherpa. Member of CARI’s Executive Committee

Paulo BottaPh.D. at Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina

Alejandra KernUnder Secretary of Social and Labour Policy Planning in the Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Security of Argentina

José María LladósCARI Executive Director

Federico MerkeDirector of undergraduate studies in political science and international relations at San Andrés University in Argentina

Carolina ZaccatoResearch Officer at CRIES

Tuesday November 20, 6:00 pm

In North Korea. Voyage to the last communist dynasty

Academic session by Jorge Eduardo Malena, Celeste Castiglione and Florencia Grieco, jointly organized by the International Security and Strategic Studies Institute (ISIAE) and the Asian Affairs Committee

Florencia Grieco's book "En Corea del Norte. Viaje a la última dinastía comunista", published by Editorial Debate, will be presented

Jorge Eduardo MalenaPh.D. in Political Sciences from the Catholic University of Argentina. Magister in Chinese Studies from the University of London. Coordinator of the China Working Group (Asian Issues Committee). Member of the Chinese Studies World Association

Celeste CastiglionePh.D. in Social Sciences from the University of Buenos Aires. Vice-president of the Argentine Association of Korean Studies and member of the Korea Working Group (Asian Issues Committee)

Florencia GriecoPolitical Scientist from the University of Buenos Aires. She worked as publications editor for the European Commission and was consultant for the United Nations Development Programme. She currently works as book editor for Penguin Random House Argentina

Wednesday November 14, 7:00 pm

What unites us?

This is the last of a series of conversations intended to spotlight the Cultural changes in Argentina and the world, organized by CARI’s Cultural Affairs Committee, supported by UNESCO and the Ortega y Gasset Foundation

The expert’s panel is composed by: Graciela Fernández Meijide, Sergio Berensztein and Gustavo Marangoni

The moderation will be in charge of Carmen María Ramos

Following the conversation, the panelists will take questions from the audience

Graciela Fernández MejideHuman Rights activist. Member of the Club Político Argentino. Former National Senator and Social Development Minister

Sergio BerenszteinPolitical analyst. Columnist in Perfil, La Gaceta and La Nación journals

Gustavo MarangoniPhd. Political Science. Professor in the School of Social Sciences, Universidad del Salvador. Managing Director of Marangoni y Rodriguez Asociados

Carmen María RamosJournalist. Jury of the Certamen Escolar Nacional de la Federación Argentina de Amigos de Museos, and the FundTV Awards

Tuesday November 13, 6:30 pm

Priorities of the Russian-Argentine cooperation in the current stage

The Argentine Council on International Relations will host an academic session conducted by Dr. Dmtry V. Feoktistov, Ambassador of Russia in Argentina

The Coordinator of the Contemporary Eurasian Studies Working Group, Ambassador Lila Roldán Vázquez, will be in charge of the welcome remarks and moderation. After the session, panelists will take audience questions

This event will be in English

Dmitry V. FeoktistovAmbassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia in Argentina

Monday November 12, 6:30 pm

A strategic deadlock: Social roots of the current geopolitical uncertainty

Academic session by Juan Eugenio Corradi, Professor Emeritus of the New York University

Moderator: Félix Peña

Dr. Corradi will present the central theses of his book "Strategic Impasse: Social Origins of Geopolitical Disarray", published by Routledge

Juan Eugenio CorradiProfessor Emeritus of the New York University. He has a PhD, MA and Bachelor degree in Sociology (Brandeis University). He is also a member of the American Sociological Association and the International Sociological Association. Dr. Corradi is the author of numerous books, including "South of the Crisis. Latin American Perspectives on the Late Capitalist World" and "The Fitful Republic: Economy, Society, and Politics in Argentina"

Félix PeñaVice-president of CARI. Director of the Institute of International Trade of the ICBC Foundation and of the Master's Degree in International Commercial Relations of the National University of Tres de Febrero. He is a member of CARI’s Executive Committee and the Evian Group. He was Assistant Secretary of Foreign Trade of Argentina. He worked as a Specialist, Director and Deputy Manager of Integration at the Inter-American Development Bank

Wednesday November 7, 6:00 pm

ASEAN –Association of Southeast Asian Nations–: looking to the future

The Argentine Council on International Relations will host an academic session conducted by the ASEAN Working Group of the Asian Affairs Committee

In 2017, the 50th Anniversary of the foundation of ASEAN was commemorated. It is convenient to take advantage of this significant event in order to look at the future of the group at political, economic and cultural levels

 

Opening remarks

Eduardo SadousDirector of the Asian Affairs Committee

 

Speakers

Dato Mohd Khalid Abbasi Abdul RazakAmbassador of the Federation of Malaysia. President of the ASEAN Committee in Buenos Aires

Dung Dang XuanAmbassador of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam

Niniek Kun Naryatie SiswojoAmbassador of the Republic of Indonesia

Linglingay F. LacanlaleAmbassador of the Republic of Philippines

Chakraphan YuwariChargé d' Affaires a.i. of the Royal Thai Embassy

 

Coordinator: Mario SchuffDirector of ASEAN Working Group of the Asian Affairs Committee

Thursday November 1, 6:30 pm

Protection of the ucranian national interests in the international organizations

The Argentine Council on International Relations will host an academic session conducted by Sergiy Kyslytsya, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine

Yurii Diudin, Ambassador of Ukraine in Argentina, will join the event

The Coordinator of the Contemporary Eurasian Studies Working Group, Ambassador Lila Roldán Vázquez, will be in charge of the welcome remarks and moderation

After the session, panelists will take audience questions

This event will be in English

Sergiy KyslytsyaDeputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine

Tuesday October 31, 6:30 pm

Specially-Affected States and The Formation of Custom

The Argentine Council on International Relations will host an academic session conducted by Kevin Heller, Professor in Criminal Law at the University of London School of Orientals and Africans studies, organized by the Institute of International Law and the Malvinas, Georgias and South Sandwich Islands Issues Committee

During his presentation, Professor Heller will refer to his last article "Specially-Affected States and The Formation of Custom"

The conference will be in English with a translation service

Kevin HellerProfessor in Criminal Law in the University of London School of Orientals and Africans Studies. Phd in Law by the Leiden University

Wednesday October 31, 11:30 am

Mass in memory of Carlos Manuel Muñiz on the occasion of the commemoration of the eleventh anniversary of his death

Tuesday October 30, 6:30 pm

Foreign policy and human rights

The Argentine Council on International Relations will host an academic session conducted by Santiago Cantón, Human Rights Secretary of the Province of Buenos Aires, and organized by CARI Youth

Ignacio Odriozola, member of the CARI Youth, will be in charge of the welcome remarks and moderation

Santiago A. CantónHuman Rights Secretary of the Province of Buenos Aires

Ignacio OdriozolaLawyer of the Migrant Commission of the Defensoría General de la Nación. Member of the CARI Youth

Thursday October 25, 6:30 pm

A political approach to China

The Argentine Council on International Relations will host an academic session conducted by Francisco Quintana, Francisco Cafiero and Micaela Finkielsztoyn, organized by CARI Youth

Francisco QuintanaDeputy of the City of Buenos Aires. First Vice President of the Buenos Aires City Legislature

Francisco CafieroPresident of the Centro Latinoamericano de Estudios Políticos y Económicos de China (CLEPEC)

Micaela FinkielsztoynDiplomat, currently works in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship

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