U.S.-Caribbean Relations: Democracy and Diplomacy

The Caribbean is in the diplomatic crosshairs on Venezuela, lies in the path of drug trafficking and criminal networks, and has been a global platform for strategic diplomacy.

U.S.-Caribbean Relations: Democracy and Diplomacy
Where:
Council of the Americas
1615 L Street, NW - Suite 250
Washington, DC
Please join Caribbean Central American Action (CCAA) and the Council of the Americas  for a discussion on U.S.-Caribbean relations. The Caribbean is in the diplomatic crosshairs on Venezuela, lies in the path of drug trafficking and criminal networks, and has been a global platform for strategic diplomacy. The panel of distinguished speakers will discuss whether it is time for the United States to engage more aggressively with the region.
 
Speakers*:
  • Kenneth H. Merten, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, U.S. Department of State
  • Anton E. Edmunds, Ambassador of Saint Lucia to the U.S. and Permanent Representative to the OAS
  • Selwin Hart, Ambassador of Barbados to the U.S. and Permanent Representative to the OAS
Other speakers may be added
 To register, please email: dcprograms@as-coa.org
RSVP no later than 3:00 p.m. the day before the event.

 
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