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New challanges to development for the democracies of the Americas: regional security, health, and energy [university publication]

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New challanges to development for the democracies of the Americas: regional security, health, and energy [university publication] | University of Miami University Archives

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Title: New challanges to development for the democracies of the Americas: regional security, health, and energy [university publication]Add to your cart.

Predominant Dates:2002

ID: ASU0190

Creator: University of Miami. Center for Hemispheric Policy.

Extent: 1.0 Items

Languages: English

Abstract

The 12-page policy report was presented by The Dante B. Fascell North-South Center, University of Miami and The American Assembly, Columbia University at the conference "The American Assembly / Florida Assembly, New Challenges to Development for the Democracies of the Americas: Regional Security, Health, and Energy" held at The Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables, Florida on November 8-9, 2001.

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The 12-page policy report was presented by The Dante B. Fascell North-South Center, University of Miami and The American Assembly, Columbia University at the conference "The American Assembly / Florida Assembly, New Challenges to Development for the Democracies of the Americas: Regional Security, Health, and Energy" held at The Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables, Florida on November 8-9, 2001.

The University Archives holds two copies of the report.

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<table> <tbody> <tr class="adminrow " id="description_bioghistrow"> <td class="fieldcell"> The North-South Center was created in 1984 to serve primarily as a national and hemispheric resource for the development of trade, economic, and migration policy. The center’s funding was first authorized by the U.S. Congress by the North-South Center Act of 1990. It received federal funding each year through annual appropriations, and became a part of the budget of the State Department. The act authorized the United States Information Agency to “provide for the operation in Florida of an educational institution to be known as the North-South Center, through arrangements with public, educational or other nonprofit institutions.” In 2005 the Center was replaced by the Center for Hemispheric Policy. </td> </tr> </tbody></table>

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University of Miami. Center for Hemispheric Policy.




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