Latin America: new perspectives, tendencies and reconfigurations

Francisco Beltranena 

To create a space of reflection that allows professors and students to listen divers and professional opinions regarding the political path through which Latin America is going through, and its impact in Guatemala facing an electoral process, the forum Latin America: new perspectives, tendencies and reconfigurations.

The same one was organized by the Institute of Political Studies and International Relations of the Francisco Marroquin University, on April 5th 2006, at the Friedrich A. Hayek Auditorium, of this house of studies.

In it the participants were: Jorge Molina, Chilean ambassador; Williband Sonnleitner, General Coordinator of the Mexican-Central American Studies French Center; Alvaro Pop, analyst of the Investigation and Social Studies Association; Francisco Beltranena, EPRI’s professor; coordinated by David Martinez-Amador, director of the UFM’s Ibn Khaldun Center.

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