Uribe talks Georgetown, protests, and Colombia in first interview since leaving office

Earlier this week, Álvaro Uribe, former president of Colombia and current-Distinguished Scholar in the School of Foreign Service, sat down with the Voice‘s Cole Stangler. The full interview can be found in this week’s Voice, but we’ve got… Read More

Protesters interrupt Uribe lecture in ICC auditorium

During a lecture this evening in the ICC auditorium, former Colombian president Alvaro Uribe was interrupted by two protesters. After speaking, Uribe began to take questions from Professor Eric Langenbacher‘s Comparative Political Systems class. Then, a man in… Read More

Uribe appointment under attack from human rights groups

[Update, 5:15 pm: Vox just learned that Uribe has arrived on campus. Protesters are currently outside the Mortara Building, which Uribe was seen entering earlier today. MPD officers have closed are posted along the 1200 block of 36th… Read More

Former Colombian President to teach at Georgetown

Alvaro Uribe, the former President of Colombia who ended his second term on August 7, will teach students in the School of Foreign Service during the 2010-11 academic year. Uribe, who the University named as a Distinguished Scholar… Read More