The Lindesmith Center, a policy and research institute founded in 1994 to broaden the debate on drug policy and related issues, presents:
"Drug Policy in the Americas"
A Panel Discussion on the effects of U.S. drug policy in Latin America.
Wednesday May 15th
Fernando Cepeda, former minister of Government in Colombia's Barco administration and ambassador to the United Nations, Canada and the U.K.
Rafael Pardo, special advisor to the Secretary General of the O.A.S, and former Minister of Defense for Colombia.
Jamie Fellner, Associate Counsel for Drugs and Human Rights at Human Rights Watch.
Jack Riley, a policy analyst at the U.S. Department of Justice and author of the forthcoming book, Snow Job? The War against International Cocaine Trafficking.
Paul Stares, a senior fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies program at the Brookings Institution and author of the recently published, Global Habit: The Drug Problem in a Borderless World.
At the Open Society Institute, 888 Seventh Avenue, 27th floor, enter on 56th or 57th St. All are welcome, but seating is limited. Please Call The Lindesmith Center at (212) 887-0695 to reserve a place. Lindesmith Center on the Internet: [email protected]; http://www.soros.org/lindesmith/tlcmain.html.
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