FORA.tv Speaker - Bruno Stagno Ugarte

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Biography

Ambassador Bruno Stagno Ugarte became the Executive Director of the Security Council Report in mid-2011 after 16 years in the Foreign Service of Costa Rica, including a four-year term as Foreign Minister (2006–2010). Previously, he served as Permanent Representative to the United Nations (2002–2006), Chief of Staff of the Foreign Ministry (1998–2000), and Minister Counselor and Consul General at the Embassy in Paris (1994–1998). Ambassador Stagno also served as President of the Assembly of States Parties of the International Criminal Court (2005–2008), Co-President of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Conferences (2007–2009), Co-President of the UN 2005 Summit Outcome Document (2005) and Vice President of the UN Commission of Sustainable Development (2002–2004). He is a graduate of Georgetown University (BSFS 1991), Université de la Sorbonne (UPIII-IHEAL, DEA 1994), and Princeton University (MPP 2001).

1 Program

Panel 1: R2P in Practice — Policy Approaches Since 2005

01.18.12 | 01:22:29 min | 2 comments