Inter-American Dialogue

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The Inter-American Dialogue "the leading U.S. center for policy analysis, exchange, and communication on issues in Western Hemisphere affairs. The Dialogue engages public and private leaders from across the Americas in efforts to develop and mobilize support for cooperative responses to key hemispheric problems and opportunities. Together they seek to build cooperation among Western Hemisphere nations and advance a regional agenda of democratic governance, social equity, and economic growth."[1]

"Since 1982-through successive Republican and Democratic administrations and many changes of leadership elsewhere in the hemisphere-the Dialogue has helped shape the agenda of issues and choices in inter-American relations."[1]





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Phone: (202) 822-9002
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  1. 1.0 1.1 Inter-American Dialogue, "About the Dialogue", Inter-American Dialogue, website, accessed July 2009.

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