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Michael Coppedge: Venezuela From the Neutral Ground - Symposium Closing Remarks

As part of the Venezuela from the Neutral Ground symposium held at Tulane University New Orleans on January 28, 2011, special guest Michael Coppedge presented the final symposium remarks. Upon listening to the 16 previous presentations, Professor Coppedge titled his closing speech, “Why we disagree and what can do about it.” Listen below.

Venezuela from the Neutral Ground Symposium, Tulane University New Orleans
Closing Remarks by Michael Coppedge, University of Notre Dame, Kellogs Institute for International Studies

Seventeen presentations made up the ‘€œVenezuela from the Neutral Ground‘€ symposium. Listen to Michael Coppedge below or browse the complete list here.

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