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May 09

Eyewitness to History - Ecuador: The Present State of Affairs and Tomorrow's Challenges for Freedom

Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium

After a distinguished governmental service career, Dr. Edgar Terán is now a Professor at the University of the Americas in Ecuador.  From 1996-1998, he was Head Negotiator of the Delegation for Border Problems with Peru.  He previously served as Ambassador of Ecuador to the United States (1992-1996) as well as Minister of Foreign Affairs (1984-1987).  Additionally, Dr. Terán was President of the Foreign Commerce Institute (1971-1972), General Secretary of Public Administration (1969), and Legal Counsel to the President of the Republic (1968).  He is a member of the Academy of Lawyers, owner of Estudio Jurídico Terán & Terán, and President of Hacia la Seguridad - Imperio de la Ley.  Join us as Dr. Terán reviews the present state of affairs in his homeland and assesses tomorrow's challenges for freedom in Ecuador.

More About the Speakers

Dr. Edgar Terán
Former Ambassador of Ecuador to the United States,
and Practicing Attorney

Hosted By

Becky Norton Dunlop Becky Norton Dunlop

Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow Read More