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New World, New Rules: The State of Democracy

  Ambassador Roberta Lajous shares her unique perspective on democracy, including:
  • what she perceives as the greatest threat to democracy today
  • what European governments offer their citizens that is particularly useful for women
  • how the world views democracy in the U.S. in light of recent events
  • advancements of women in politics in Mexico, and
  • how the Cold War and Cuban Missile Crisis inspired her lifelong passion of foreign relations and international affairs.
About the Guest: Roberta Lajous has been the Mexican Ambassador to Spain, Cuba, Austria, and Bolivia, as well as a Representative of Mexico to the UN. She is the former President of IWF Mexico.

 

 

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Amb. Roberta Lajous has been the Mexican Ambassador to Spain, Cuba, Austria, and Bolivia, as well as a Representative of Mexico to the UN. Listen to her perspective on democracy in the latest episode of IWF's Game Changers podcast.
New World, New Rules: The State of Democracy
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