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About Juan Gabriel Tokatlian
Juan Gabriel Tokatlian is Full Professor and director of the department of political science and international studies at the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in Buenos Aires. He was previously professor at the Universidad de San Andrés, also in Argentina. He earned a doctorate in international relations from the Johns Hopkins University school of advanced international studies, and lived, researched and taught in Colombia from 1981-9
Juan Gabriel Tokatlian es Profesor Plenario y director del departamento de ciencias políticas y estudios internacionales de la Universidad Torcuato Di Tella en Buenos Aires. Previamente fue profesor en la Universidad de San Andrés, también en Argentina. Se doctoró en relaciones internacional en la John Hopkins University school of advanced international studies. Residió en Colombia entre 1981-98.
Articles by Juan Gabriel Tokatlian
No to TTIP
The decision of Armenia's government to open formal relations with Turkey entails a pragmatic and dangerous silence over the events of 1915, says Juan Gabriel Tokatlian.
The failure of the "war on drugs" in a now "narcotised" hemisphere makes a new and cooperative approach essential, says Juan Gabriel Tokatlian.
The United States president-to-be should take the initiative to heal three sources of strain in the hemisphere, says Juan Gabriel Tokatlian.
A historic failure of United States policy in a region it considered its own needs to be recognised before a new era can begin, says Juan Gabriel Tokatlian.
A failed model must be replaced by a "coalition of the healing", says Juan Gabriel Tokatlian.
The United States needs a strategy to meet the challenge of Hugo Chávezs Venezuela. Juan Gabriel Tokatlian takes the long view.
The United States presidents rare foray to Latin America could benefit both sides, but only if he follows candid advice, says Juan Gabriel Tokatlian.
Latin America has an unlucky record in geopolitical partnerships. A new one can work and benefit the world, says Juan Gabriel Tokatlian.
Could the global trend toward the breakup of states reach a Latin America pressed by conflict, inequality, and regional fissure? Juan Gabriel Tokatlian reports.
The solution to the decades-long human-rights agony inflicted on Colombia's people lies in a revived form of regional solidarity, argues Juan Gabriel Tokatlian