Assessing Brazil's Agenda at Home and Abroad

Speakers:
Kellie Meiman Hock Managing Director, McLarty Associates
Riordan Roett Director, Western Hemisphere Program, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University
Julia E. Sweig Nelson and David Rockefeller Senior Fellow and Director for Latin America Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
Presider:
Bernard W. Aronson Managing Partner, ACON Investments
Description

Following President Obama's first official visit to South America, please join Kellie Meiman Hock, Riordan Roett, and Julia E. Sweig for a discussion of the challenges and opportunities associated with Brazil's rise as well as the future of U.S.-Brazil relations.

  

For further reading on President Obama's Brazil visit, please click on the following link:

http://www.cfr.org/brazil/mr-obama-meet-new-brazil/p24421

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