The International Studies Public Forum presents:

"Rethinking U.S.–Latin America Relations"
with Abraham Lowenthal, University of Southern California

Thursday, January 26, 2012
5:00-6:30 p.m.
Social Science Plaza A, Room 1100
Abraham Lowenthal studies policy issues in U.S.-Latin American relations, Latin America's changing international role, democratic governance - especially in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the role of international influences (and particularly of US policies) on prospects for democratic governance. In addition, Lowenthal conducts research on California's global role and relationships, the international interests of the Western region of the United States, and the craft of think tank institution building, in the United States and internationally. 

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