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The partnership, launched by the United States and Costa Rica, is supported by the US Dept of State's Bureau of Oceans and Intl Environmental and Scientific Affairs and Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, and is a collaborative effort between Higher Education for Development (HED) and the World Environment Center (WEC).
On November 21, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, a think tank focusing on Western Hemisphere affairs.
Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Arturo Valenzuela took a two-year leave from his job at Georgetown University's second term in office (1997-2001).
His nomination as assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs was an open secret in Washington foreign policy circles.
By the late 1990s, the establishment of the Deputy Chief of Staff (Plans and Programs) also brought new offices for politico-military affairs, including an Assistant for National Security Council Affairs and an Assistant for Western Hemisphere Affairs.
The bottom line is the Chinese are eating our lunch," stated Mark Smith, managing director of Western Hemisphere affairs for the U.
Gumbiner, deputy director of regional economic policy for the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, U.
ambassador to Brazil and who was named assistant secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs at the State Department.