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Conversations with Leaders

The Georgetown Americas Institute is pleased to host an ongoing series of conversations and lectures with influential leaders in the Western Hemisphere. Visiting former heads of state, dignitaries, policymakers, and decision-makers will discuss current issues, the state of affairs in the region, and their opinions on leadership, governance, politics, foreign affairs, and management.

Event Series

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A Conversation with Xóchitl Gálvez

Xóchitl Gálvez is a Mexican tech entrepreneur and business leader, an advocate for women and indigenous people, who has pledged to to fight for democracy and the rule of law and against impunity and…

Enrique Krauze

A Conversation with Enrique Krauze

The Georgetown Americas Institute (GAI) is pleased to host Dr. Enrique Krauze, distinguished Mexican historian and one of the most relevant liberal intellectuals of Latin America, in a conversation

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Inclusivity, Prosperity, and Success

In recent years, Brazil has faced economic difficulties amplified by the effects of the pandemic. COVID-19 deepened pre-existing social issues in the country and fed a dynamic marked by rising…