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Argentina Program

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About The Program >>

Argentina is a country of global importance, with vast energy and other natural resources, a highly educated population and tremendous promise. The Argentina Program is devoted to the study of business, culture, economics, energy, foreign affairs, politics and public policy in Argentina. Its mission is to provide objective and nonpartisan analysis and commentary designed to inform and benefit all companies, government officials, journalists, politicians and individuals with interests in Argentina.

Fellows & Scholars

Mark P. Jones

Mark P. Jones, Ph.D., is the fellow in political science at the Baker Institute, the Joseph D. Jamail Chair in Latin American Studies and ...
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Nicolas Shumway

Nicolas Shumway joined the Rice faculty in the fall of 2010 and served as Dean of Humanities through academic year 2017-18. He currently holds ...
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