Category Archives: South America

Humanitarian Honoree Speaks about Venezuela

The end of 2011 during DCFR’s annual holiday event, we honored Cristal Montanez Baylor of the Hashoo Foundation. Aside from her humanitarian role in helping women and families in Pakistan, her support for freedom for her fellow countrymen and women … Continue reading

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Global Affairs Mash Up: Financial-Economic Leader and Humanitarian

Where else but DCFR can a program accommodate duel topics such as global economy and peace. Last night, we received a global financial leader, Richard Fisher, and an international humanitarian and social activist, Cristal Montanez Baylor. In his keynote address, … Continue reading

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What Egypt Can Learn From Chile

The week of ┬áMarch 14th, former Ambassador to Chile Craig Kelly visited DCFR. He mentioned an insightful analysis, which follows. Sergio Bitar, of the Inter-American Dialogue, was invited by the National Democratic Institute to visit Egypt and share his experience … Continue reading

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