My Diplomatic Journey from Venezuela to Equatorial Guinea,” has just been published. It’s an adventurous story about my lifelong fascination with Spain. It all started when I was a teenager and my mother told me a strange tale about a mysterious uncle who fought in the Spanish Civil War. What followed was a thirty-seven year diplomatic career ending with my being U.S. Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea, Spain’s only former colony in sub-Saharan Africa. It’s an entertaining and informative read about the life of a diplomat. Should you be interested, the book is available in various formats from Amazon and Barnes and Noble”
Alfredo Langa lectures about humanitarian action
Last week our students enjoyed sessions about humanitarian action and humanitarian negotiation given by researcher Alfredo Langa.
How to make money, explained by George Benaroya
On December 15, at 4 PM, George Benaroya will be in the Faculty of Law of USAL in a session open to the public in which he will explain some of the essential keys to making money. This session will be in room 10A of the Faculty of Law.
Iran Rises Up. By Farzeen Nasri
Farzeen Nasri has written this article about Iran in “Santa Barbara Independent”.
You can read the whole article at this link
Book Presentation: “Trump. Breve historia de una presidencia singular”
One of the authors of the book “Trump. Breve historia de una presidencia singular”, Francisco Rodríguez, will speak with Fernando López-Alves and Ana Manzano at the presentation of the book. The conference will be in “Salon de Grados” of History Faculty of USAL on November 10.
Nathalia Berkowitz has been speaking at the Civilian-Military Center of Excellence in the Hague
Nathalia Berkowitz has been speaking at Coping with Culture, a civ-mil conference on culture, cultural heritage and the military, held in October 2022 at the Civilian-Military Center of Excellence in the Hague, Netherlands