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Authorities and Academics Reflect about the Challenges of The Emerging World Order at the II CAF-LSE Conference

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Authorities and Academics Reflect about the Challenges of The Emerging World Order at the II CAF-LSE Conference

With the purpose of promoting the analysis regarding the current dynamics of emerging countries and their impact on the configuration of a new world order, on January 16th, 2015, CAF, Development of Latin America, and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) will hold the II CAF-LSE Conference  “Geopolitics and the Global South: Challenges of the emerging world order”.

This year’s program will address in detail the analysis of the current reconfigurations of the world order from the perspective of the emergence of the Global South, and particularly its effects on multilateralism, safety, development, and South-South cooperation. The inaugural session will be in charge of Enrique Garcia, CAF’s Executive President, Stuart Corbridge, LSE’s Deputy Director, and Chris Alden, Director of the LSE’s Global South Unit.

Speakers will include Ricardo Lagos, former President of Chile, and Jose Maria Aznar, former President of the Government of Spain.

The meeting will be held at the headquarters of the London School of Economics and Political Science, and will be transmitted live through livestreaming. It may also by followed in the social networks with the hashtag #CAFLSE.

The II CAF-LSE Conference, organized by CAF, Development Bank of Latin America, and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), is carried out in the framework of the strategic alliance established between the two institutions in 2013 to examine the changing role of emerging countries of the South, especially Latin American countries, in the configuration of the dynamic international scenario.

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CAF -banco de desarrollo de América Latina- tiene como misión impulsar el desarrollo sostenible y la integración regional, mediante el financiamiento de proyectos de los sectores público y privado, la provisión de cooperación técnica y otros servicios especializados. Constituido en 1970 y conformado en la actualidad por 19 países -17 de América Latina y el Caribe, junto a España y Portugal- y 14 bancos privados, es una de las principales fuentes de financiamiento multilateral y un importante generador de conocimiento para la región.

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