The U.S.-Chile Relationship and the Special Role of California

The U.S.-Chile Relationship and the Special Role of California

Tuesday, November 13, 2012 | King Hall Room 1001 | 4:30 PM

Alejandro D. Wolff, U.S. Ambassador to Chile

Ambassador Wolff joined the Department of State as a Foreign Service Officer in 1979. His assignments in Washington include tours on the Policy Planning Staff (1981-1982); in the Office of Soviet Union Affairs (1988-1989); in the Office of the Under Secretary for Political Affairs (1989-1991); as Deputy Executive Secretary of the Department (1996-1998); and as the Executive Assistant to Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright and Colin Powell (1998-2001). He has served in Algeria, Morocco, Chile, Cyprus, the U.S. Mission to the EU in Brussels and France. His most recent assignment was Ambassador and Deputy Permanent U.S. Representative to the United Nations (2005-2010).

This presentation is sponsored by the UC Davis School of Law, International Law Programs and California International Law Center, Hemispheric Institute of the Americas, and the UC Davis-Chile Partnership Program.