To his credit, Almagro has already opened up space at the OAS for addressing the situation in Venezuela.
On this issue, at least, the OAS has gained some traction.
I'm not a believer in the Big Bang theory, that I'll arrive at the OAS
on May 26 and change everything.
Because of the numerous sporting events which happen in different parts of the world every day, there are very many OAS
opportunities at any given moment of the day.
The 113th Congress has maintained considerable interest in the OAS
In addition, said lawmakers, the 35-member OAS
should work more closely with another Washington-based body, the Inter-American Development Bank, on economic issues.
The federal government says it must make these cuts to OAS
in order to make the program sustainable.
officials said on Saturday that they would not recognise Honduras' decision to withdraw.
The Western Hemisphere stands apart from the rest of the world with its impressive array of security mechanisms, sub-regional arrangements, and agreements, including the OAS
Charter and Rio Treaty that have all evolved and adapted to the changing security realities in the Americas over time.
It has been said that the OAS
is no longer relevant.
The world's oldest regional organization, the OAS
got its start in 1890 in Washington, D.
founder Sam Walton, was instrumental in bringing OAS
to Highfill and was a shareholder during its first years of operation.