Oral history interview with Roger F. Noriega for the project 'A study of Brazil’s role in constitutional and political crises in Latin America (1990-2015)'
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This interview was conducted as a part of the project “Pax Brasiliana? A Study of Brazil’s Role in Constitutional and Political Crises in Latin America (1990-2015)”, developed by Oliver Stuenkel, PhD, and funded by FAPESP and CNPq. This project aims to provide, through analysis and oral history interviews with main players, a deeper understanding of several political and institutional crises occurred in Latin America since 1990, as well as the Brazilian connection and agency regarding each of them. The choice of interviewee here is due to his prominent role in the Organization of American States (OAS) during the attempted coup in Venezuela on April 2002, and his equally prominent role in the Bush administration in the years that followed.