policy recommendations
for the G7

Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI)

The Argentine Council for International Relations is a private, non-profit academic institution created on June 15, 1978, to stimulate the study and debate of international problems from a national perspective, analyze political, economic, cultural and social aspects. of international relations and offer their tribune to representative figures, from the country and abroad, with the ultimate goal of consolidating peace and the development of peoples through closer ties and greater reciprocal knowledge.

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City Buenos Aires
Country Argentina