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This week Host Tiokasin Ghosthorse focus­es atten­tion on the fast-mov­ing, volatile polit­i­cal sit­u­a­tion in Bolivia. To help our lis­ten­ers gain much-need­ed per­spec­tive and infor­ma­tion, he wel­comes Guil­laume Long, a Senior Pol­i­cy Ana­lyst at the Cen­ter for Eco­nom­ic and Pol­i­cy Research in Wash­ing­ton, DC as the sole guest for this weeks show. Pri­or to join­ing CEPR, Guil­laume held sev­er­al cab­i­net posi­tions in the gov­ern­ment of Ecuador, includ­ing Min­is­ter of For­eign Affairs, Min­is­ter of Cul­ture, and Min­is­ter of Knowl­edge and Human Tal­ent. Most recent­ly, he served as Ecuador’s Per­ma­nent Rep­re­sen­ta­tive to the Unit­ed Nations in Gene­va. Guil­laume trained as a his­to­ri­an and holds a Ph.D. in Inter­na­tion­al Pol­i­tics from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Lon­don. His research focus­es pri­mar­i­ly on the for­eign pol­i­cy of Latin Amer­i­can states, region­al­ism and inte­gra­tion in Latin Amer­i­ca (includ­ing the work­ings of the OAS, MER­CO­SUR, UNA­SUR, CELAC, and oth­er region­al bod­ies), Ecuado­ri­an domes­tic pol­i­tics, and the Colom­bian con­flict and peace process. At the mul­ti­lat­er­al lev­el, he has led ini­tia­tives on tax havens, bilat­er­al invest­ment treaties, and a UN treaty on human rights and transna­tion­al corporations.