Instability in Latin America: United States Policy and the Role of the International Community, 16 October 2002
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This file contains documents from the October 16, 2002 hearing: “Instability in Latin America: U.S. Policy and the Role of the International Community.” Senator Hagel wrote that the hearing was held due to “concern about recent developments in Argentina.” There are briefing memos from Senator Hagel’s and Banking Committee staff. There are several memos and letters regarding the potential witnesses. There are hand-written notes used to prepare for the hearing, as well as notes from the hearing itself. The testimony of the four witnesses are included.
- 16 October 2002
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