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    Game of Thrones Premiere

    U.S. Ambassador Noah Mamet and representatives of HBO premiered the first episode of the fifth season of the hugely successful television series Game of Thrones at the Bosch Palace, the residence of the U.S. Ambassador to Argentina.

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    Ambassador Mamet visits ICANA Binational Center in Buenos Aires

    Ambassador Noah B. Mamet visited ICANA, the Binational Center in Buenos Aires. He toured the BNC facilities and met with a group of 30 Access micro-scholarship students. The students welcomed the Ambassador and engaged in a productive dialogue, which allowed them to not only practice their English language skills, but also learn more about culture in the United States.

  • English for Journalists Program (IEJ) - Apply Now

    English for Journalists Program (IEJ) - Apply Now

    The U.S. Embassy in Argentina is sponsoring a free English training program for journalists. The courses are offered in three formats for elementary and intermediate levels in the form of two 10-week modules during the year…

  • Ambassador Noah Mamet attended the Center for American Studies (CEA) annual dinner (Photo: Dept. of State)

    Center for American Studies 25th Anniversary

    Ambassador Noah Mamet attended the Center for American Studies (CEA) annual dinner to celebrate their 25th anniversary...

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  • “First Impressions”

    It is a great honor for me to represent President Obama, and the American people, as the United States Ambassador in Argentina. In only six short weeks since my arrival I have been remarkably impressed with the people I meet every day...

  • LGBT rights worldwide gain new advocate

    More than 75 countries still criminalize consensual same-sex activity. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons in many places are threatened, jailed and prosecuted because of who they are or whom they love...

  • “A betrayal of all our faiths”

    “We are not at war with Islam,” President Obama told local, federal and international leaders at a three-day global summit. “We are at war with people who have perverted Islam...”

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    NASA Researcher Shares His Experience

    NASA researcher Diego Janches visited Argentina as part of a research project he has conducted since 2008 in collaboration with the National University of La Plata, using a radar located in Tierra del Fuego.  

  • Christine Meyer with IICANA staff
    Cultural Attaché Visits IICANA Binational Center in Cordoba

    Cultural Attaché Christine Meyer travelled to Cordoba on March 20 and visited the IICANA Binational Center. She met with Academic Department staff, the English Language Fellow and the Educational Advisor.  

  • Ambassador Mamet with the Agreement participants. (Photo: Dept. of State)
    Agreement between the Argentine Chamber of Deputies and the US Holocaust Memorial Museum

    U.S. Ambassador Noah Mamet participated on Monday in the signing ceremony of a cooperation agreement between the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Argentine Chamber of Deputies that will allow for the preservation of historial documents... 

  • The Ambassador with AMICANA'students (Photo: Dept. of State)
    Ambassador Mamet Visits Mendoza

    En su tercer viaje al interior del país, el embajador Noah Mamet visitó la ciudad de Mendoza. Entre otras actividades, visitó la Asociación Mendocina de Intercambio Cultural Argentino Norteamericano (AMICANA)... 

  • Ambassador Mamet and Argentina’s Administrator for the Administración Federal de Ingresos Públicos (AFIP) Ricardo Echegaray (Photo courtesy AFIP)
    Bilateral Trade Transparency Agreement

    Ambassador Mamet and Argentina’s Administrator for the Administración Federal de Ingresos Públicos (AFIP) Ricardo Echegaray participated in a signing ceremony establishing a bilateral trade transparency unit (TTU)... 

  • What is the Opportunity Program?
    What is the Opportunity Program?

    Opportunity supports academically talented students with limited economic resources to apply to universities in the U.S. Opportunity pays for the costs associated with applying: Standardized testing (TOEFL, SAT), translation, application fees, transportation costs and visa fees... Apply here! »

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