miércoles, 27 de julio de 2011

Informe Departamento de Estado sobre Argentina (22 de julio 2011)

Esto dice el Departamento de Estado, en un informe del 22 de julio de 2011, sobre las relaciones bilaterales:


The bilateral relationship between the United States and Argentina is based on many shared interests, including non-proliferation; cooperation on transnational issues such as counternarcotics, counterterrorism, and human trafficking; issues of regional peace and stability, including shared support for multilateral peacekeeping operations; and commercial ties.

U.S.-Argentine cooperation also includes significant science and technology initiatives in the fields of space, peaceful uses of nuclear energy, agricultural research, medicine, and the environment. The first of what is expected to be annual bilateral joint science and technology working group meetings was held in September 2010. In June 2007, the U.S. and Argentina modernized a bilateral civil aviation agreement to update safety and security safeguards and allow a significant increase in flight frequencies between the two countries, which hold excellent potential for increased tourism and business travel. An active media, together with widespread interest in American culture and society, make Argentina a receptive environment for the information and cultural exchange work of the U.S. Embassy. The Fulbright scholarship program has more than tripled the annual number of U.S. and Argentine academic grantees since 1994, and the U.S. Embassy is actively working to increase other education exchanges.

Acá puede verse el informe completo, que periódicamente elabora el Departamento de Estado.

Y acá puede leerse una nota periodística, en la que se realiza una comparación con el informe similar de septiembre de 2010, y se señala cómo Argentina supuestamente dejó de ser estratégica para Estados Unidos.

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