La agenda del CARI es la agenda global y de las relaciones internacionales. La línea que separa los asuntos nacionales de los internacionales es hoy cada vez más difusa. Aunque existe una agenda internacional vinculada con la guerra y la paz, la seguridad internacional, el derecho internacional o la economía internacional, hoy los asuntos que la componen son tan variados como la energía, el cambio climático, los alimentos o la educación. Es por esto que la agenda del CARI no consiste en un listado de cuestiones internacionales sino más bien un seguimiento de procesos globales que afectan al más pequeño de los asuntos locales.

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Tuesday, March 5th, 2024, 9:00 AM (Buenos Aires time)

Ukraine 2024: Challenges and Perspectives Two Years after the Russian Invasion

Academic Session organized by the Eurasian Affairs Committee of CARI

Activity in English of hybrid modality: in-person at the CARI headquarters (Uruguay 1037, 1st floor, CABA) / online via Zoom

9.00 hs. – 9.10 hs.

Introduction

Inauguration and welcome remarks by the Argentine Council for International Relations's President, Francisco de Santibañes

9.10 hs. – 9.30 hs.

Olexiy HaranDemocratic Initiatives Foundation, Ukraine. Olexiy Haran is a Professor of Comparative Politics at the National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy (UKMA). He served as Dean and organizer of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the re-born Kyiv-Mohyla Academy from 1991-1993. He is the Founding Director of the UKMA School for Policy Analysis and the Research Director at the Democratic Initiatives Foundation. Haran is a co-editor of several books and a frequent commentator in Ukrainian and international media. He has spent time as a political scientist at the frontline nearby Mariupol, Luhansk, Avdiivka, and Donetsk airport. Haran is a member of the Public Council under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine and a member of the Program on New Approaches to Research and Security in Eurasia (PONARS-Eurasia)

9.30 hs. – 9.50 hs.

Tatiana Kastouéva-JeanInstitut Français des Relations Internationales - IFRI, France. Tatiana Kastouéva-Jean is a Research Fellow and Director of the Russia/NIS Center at IFRI. She taught International Relations for the French-Russian Master at MGIMO University before joining IFRI. Kastouéva-Jean has authored books and currently heads the trilingual electronic collection Russie.Nei.Visions. She holds degrees from the State University of Ekaterinbourg and a Franco-Russian Master in International Relations from the University of Sciences Po and MGIMO University, as well as the University of Marne-la-Vallée in France

9.50 hs. – 10.10 hs.

Alexander IskandaryanCaucasus Institute, Armenia. Alexander Iskandaryan is a Political scientist and Director of the Caucasus Institute based in Yerevan. He extensively studies ethnopolitical conflicts, post-Communist transformations, and nation-building in the former USSR, including the South Caucasus, Northern Caucasus, and Central Asia. Iskandaryan engages in research, advocacy, and scholarly events through the Caucasus Institute

10.10 hs. – 10.30 hs.

Domitilla Sagramoso (Arg.)King's College, UK. Domitilla Sagramoso is a senior lecturer in security and development at the Department of War Studies, King’s College London. Her expertise includes Russian foreign and security policy, violent conflicts, military cooperation, energy trade, commercial relations, and international institutions. She is renowned for her research and significant contributions to academic discourse through publications in esteemed journals

10.30 hs. – 10.45 hs.

Video presentation by Mrs. Oleksandra Matviychuk, Ukraine's Nobel Peace Prize

Oleksandra Matviychuk is a Ukrainian human rights lawyer and civil society leader based in Kyiv. She heads the non-profit organization Centre for Civil Liberties and is a campaigner for democratic reforms in her country and the OSCE region. Matviychuk has served as Vice-President of the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) since October 2022

10.45 hs. – 11.00 hs.

Intermission

11.00 hs. – 11.20 hs.

Alim AlievKrym SOS, Ukraine. Alim Aliev serves as the Deputy Director General of the Ukrainian Institute. He is a Human rights defender, curator of educational and cultural projects, researcher and journalist. Board member of PEN Ukraine. Co-founder of "Crimea SOS" NGO. Co-author of a book “Mustafa Dzhemilev. Unbreakable” about the Crimean Tatars leader. Member of the supervisory boards of several Ukrainian NGO. Participant and speaker of Crimean advocacy missions in the Council of Europe, European Parliament, OSCE, UN Security Council, and other political institutions

11.20 hs. – 11.40 hs.

Kateryna RashevskaRegional Center for Human Rights - RCHR, Ukraine. Kateryna Rashevska is a legal expert at the Regional Center for Human Rights and a PhD fellow at the Institute of International Relations. She is dedicated to protecting the rights of vulnerable victims of international crimes, particularly children. Rashevska has represented these interests at prominent international institutions and actively champions the interests of Ukrainian children on international platforms

11.40 hs. – 12.10 hs.

Q&A Session

12.10 hs.

Closing remarks

Conclusions and closing remarks by CARI's Secretary General and Head of Eurasian Affairs Committee, Lila Roldán Vázquez

Moderation by Santiago OttMember of CARI's Youth Group. Santiago Ott is a senior public policy, political risk and strategy analyst at the Buenos Aires-based consulting firm Cefeidas Group. He is also a teaching assistant in the Theory of International Relations course at Torcuato Di Tella University and a member of CARI's Youth Group and Middle East Committee. Santiago holds a degree in International Relations from the National University of San Martín

Miércoles 28 de febrero, 18.00 horas

La economía del cambio y sus implicancias en el mundo

Sesión académica organizada por el Comité de Economía Internacional

Actividad presencial en la sede del CARI, Uruguay 1037, 1° piso, CABA

Palabras de apertura

Marcelo ElizondoDirector del Comité de Economía Internacional del CARI

Expositor

Sebastián CampanarioEconomista, periodista y divulgador. Escribe en el diario La Nación sobre innovación y economía no convencional. Publica todos los domingos la columna “Ater Eco” en la contratapa del suplemento de Economía y firma regularmente notas en la revista del domingo, los suplementos "Sábado", "Comunidad de Negocios" y el vertical de Bienestar. Anteriormente trabajó 12 años en el diario Clarín, en El Economista y en otras publicaciones. Completó las carreras de Economía (en la UBA) y de Periodismo (TEA), con cursos de posgrado en Columbia (Nueva York) y Florida International University, entre otros. Recibió el Konex de oro en "Divulgación", es consultor para temas de futuro del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, de la empresa Bioceres y del fondo de inversión SF500, especializado en biotecnología. Es miembro de la Aceleradora TEDxRioDeLaPlata. Tiene seis libros publicados por las editoriales Planeta y Sudamericana. Docente e investigador del Instituto Baikal, Profesor de Thunderbird, el posgrado de negocios de la Universidad de Arizona (#1 en Innovación en EE.UU.), y Director de contenidos y profesor en la ExperienciaSetNasa

Martes 27 de febrero, 12.00 horas

Perspectivas Estratégicas de Estados Unidos en América Latina

Sesión académica organizada por el Instituto de Seguridad Internacional y Asuntos Estratégicos del CARI

Actividad de modalidad híbrida: presencial en la sede del CARI (Uruguay 1037, 1° piso, CABA) / online vía Zoom

Palabras de apertura

Fabián CalleDirector del Instituto de Seguridad Internacional y Asuntos Estratégicos del CARI

Expositor

Evan EllisProfesor investigador de Estudios Latinoamericanos en el Instituto de Estudios Estratégicos del Colegio de Guerra del Ejército de los Estados Unidos, con un enfoque en las relaciones de la región con China y otros actores no occidentales, así como el crimen organizado transnacional y el populismo en la región. El Dr. Ellis ha publicado más de 300 trabajos, incluidos los siguientes libros: China in Latin America: The What and Wherefores (2009), The Strategic Dimension of Chinese Engagement with Latin America (2013), China on the Ground in Latin America (2014) y Transnational Organized Crime in Latin America and the Caribbean (2018). Recientemente, publicó su quinto libro, China Engages Latin America