Before coming to Washington as Costa Rica’s ambassador to the United States, gender, migration and development specialist Carolina Crespo Sanchó headed her country’s National Human Rights Institute.
Tag: Central America
Honduran Ambassador Javier Efraín Bú Soto talks to the Washington Diplomat about rebuilding his country’s shattered reputation.
Jaime Daremblum, Costa Rica’s ambassador to the United States from 1998 to 2004, died Feb. 26 at the age of 81.
Guatemala, Central America’s largest nation, often makes headlines, though nearly always for the wrong reasons—violent crime, drug trafficking, natural disasters and illegal immigration. When it comes to uncovering ancient civilizations, however, Guatemala is a world leader.