Dr Carlos Foradori

Dr Carlos Foradori has been Vice-Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Relations and Worship of the Argentine Republic since December 2015.

He received his Law degree and PhD in Political Science from Universidad del Salvador, Argentina, where he also completed a BA in International Relations with honors. He completed his Masters in Public Administration from Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA and pursued his Masters in International Public Policy from Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC. Dr. Foradori has a Postgraduate on “Negotiation and International Conflict Resolution” from Temple University, Philadelphia, USA.

He joined the Foreign Service in 1982 and graduated from the Foreign Service Institute with honors, after which he served as Ambassador in Zimbabwe and Guatemala.

Before being appointed as Vice Minister, he was assigned to different posts at the Ministry of Foreign Relations, among others, Director of the Department of Federal and Electoral Affairs, Director General of Foreign Trade Strategies, Chief of Cabinet of the Secretariat of Institutional Relations and member of Cabinet of the Vice Minister.

He was the Chief negotiator in the negotiations that led to the agreement on the last border dispute with the Republic of Chile on the Continental Ice in 1998. He also Headed the “Working Group on the Question of the Malvinas Islands*” that led to the Communications Agreement between the United Kingdom and Argentina in 1999. He was Chairman of the States Platform in the International Strategy for Disaster Risk United Nations (ISDR), and a member of the Panel of Governmental Experts on the issue of missiles in all its aspects that advise the Secretary General of the United Nations.

Dr. Foradori was also Professor of History of Political Ideas at the University of Salvador and Professor of Public International Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Buenos Aires.

He published, among other works, “Policy Poverty and the New Paradigm in Argentina” (Grupo Editor Latinoamericano, Buenos Aires, 1993) and a Chapter on “International Boundary” in the new “Manual of Public International Law” published by Law in 2012 .