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c Alpha Oumar Konare, chairman of the African Union; Joaquin Chissano, former president of Mozambique; Alejandro Toledo, former president of Peru; Colin Granderson, assistant secretary-general of the Caribbean Community; and Julia Dolly Joiner, an African Union commissioner from Gambia. They address a joint conference of the Organization of American States and the African Union.

Wednesday

c Lloyd Axworthy, a former foreign minister of Canada and now president and vice chancellor of the University of Winnipeg; David Runnalls, president of the Winnipeg-based International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD); and Oli Brown of Britain, project manager for IISD’s Trade and Investment and Security programs. They address the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

c Araz Azimov, deputy foreign minister of Azerbaijan. He addresses the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars about regional energy issues.

Friday

c Peter Ramsauer, a member of the German parliament from the Christian Social Union, who speaks at the German Marshall Fund of the United States about Germany’s accomplishments as president of the European Union.

c Vladimir P. Averchev, a former member of the Russian parliament from the Yabloko party. He discusses Russian energy issues at the Nixon Center.

c Call Embassy Row at 202/636-3297, fax 202/832-7278 or e-mail jmorrison@ washingtontimes.com.

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