Álvaro Vargas Llosa

Álvaro Vargas Llosa

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Álvaro Vargas Llosa (born 1966) is a Peruvian writer and political commentator on international affairs with emphasis on Latin America. He is also the writer and presenter of a documentary series for National Geographic on

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contemporary Latin American history that is being shown around the world.

Vargas Llosa is the son of writer and Nobel Prize laureate Mario Vargas Llosa and the brother of UNHCR representative Gonzalo Vargas Llosa and photographerMorgana Vargas Llosa. He is married, has a son and a daughter, and lives in Washington, D.C. He holds dual Peruvian and Spanish nationality. As his father’s eldest child, he is the heir apparent to the Marquessate of Vargas Llosa.

Álvaro Vargas Llosa is a Senior Fellow of The Center on Global Prosperity at the Independent Institute, a nationally syndicated columnist for the Washington Post Writers Group, and the author of the book Liberty for Latin America, which obtained the Sir Anthony Fisher International Memorial Award for its contribution to the cause of freedom in 2005. He was recently appointed Young Global Leader 2007 by the World Economic Forum in Davos.

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Vargas Llosa was born in Lima in 1966 and received his B.Sc. in international history from the London School of Economics. He has been a member of Board of the Miami Herald Publishing Company and op-ed page editor and columnist at the Miami Herald, and a contributor to the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the BBC World Service, Time Magazine, Granta magazine, El País, the International Herald Tribune, Investor’s Business Daily and other media outlets. In addition, Mr. Vargas Llosa has been a commentator at Univision TV, news director at RCN radio, London Correspondent for Spain’s ABC daily newspaper, commentator at Radio Nacional de España in Madrid, host of the weekly TV program Planeta 3 that aired in twelve Latin American countries for five years, and columnist at La Nación (Argentina), El Nacional (Venezuela), Reforma (Mexico), El Tiempo (Colombia), El País (Uruguay), El Listín Diario (Dominican Republic).

He is the author of the books The Che Guevara MythLiberty for Latin AmericaThe Madness of Things PeruvianGuide to the Perfect Latin American Idiot (which he co-authored with Carlos Alberto Montaner and Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza), El Exilio IndomableCuando Hablaba DormidoEl Diablo en CampañaEn el Reino del EspantoTiempos de Resistencia, and La Contenta Barbarie, and a contributor to How I Learned English (editor Tom Miller).

Mr. Vargas Llosa was the press spokesman for the presidential campaign of the Democratic Front in 1990 in his native Peru and an Advisor on International Relations for the presidential campaign of Perú Possible in 2001.

He is the recipient of the Sir Antony Fisher International Memorial Award for his book Liberty for Latin America (2006), the Juan Bautista Alberdi Award (2006) for his defense of freedom across the western hemisphere, the A.I.R. Award for Best Current Affairs Radio Show in Florida (1998), the Puerto Rican Parliament’s Award for the Defense of Freedom (1997), the Peruvian Association of Fishermen’s Award for the Defense of Freedom (2000), and The Freedom of Expression Award given by the Association of Ibero-American Journalists (2003).

He is currently the director of the Center on Global Prosperity at the Independent Institute, and his articles are syndicated by the Washington Post Writers Group in both English and Spanish throughout the U.S. Latin America, Europe, and Asia. He is a proponent of free-market economics and democracy under the rule of law, calling for more open trade between Latin America and the United States. He has been critical of the legacies of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara in Cuba and Bolivia, and more recently, the policies of the Hugo Chávez government in Venezuela and the Evo Morales government in Bolivia. He is a member of the International Council of the New York-based Human Rights Foundation.

He has lectured widely on world economic and political issues. Among other venues, he has spoken at The World Economic Forum, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Council on Foreign Affairs (U.S.), The World Affairs Council (U.S.), The Inter-American Dialogue (U.S.), Florida International University (U.S.), University of New York (U.S.), The Cato Institute (U.S.), The Atlas Economic Research Foundation (U.S.), The Mount Pelerin Society (Chile), The Naumann Foundation (Germany), the FAES Foundation (Spain), the Brazilian Institute of Business Studies, the Fundación Libertad (Argentina), the CEDICE Foundation (Venezuela), the Ecuatorian Chamber of Commerce (Ecuador), and University of San Marcos (Peru).

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  • The Che Guevara Myth and the Future of Liberty (2005) ISBN 1-59813-005-6
  • Liberty for Latin America: How to undo 500 years of state oppression (2005) ISBN 0-374-18574-3
  • Guide to the Perfect Latin American Idiot, with Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza and Carlos Alberto Montaner (1999) ISBN 1-56833-134-7
  • Riding the tiger: Ramiro de León Carpio’s battle for human rights in Guatemala with Santiago Aroca. (1995) ISBN 0-9648426-0-2
  • The Madness of Things Peruvian: Democracy Under Siege (1994) ISBN 1-56000-114-3

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Alvaro Vargas Llosa is a Senior Fellow of The Center on Global Prosperity at the Independent Institute, a nationally syndicated columnist for the Washington Post Writers Group, and the author of the book Liberty for Latin America, which obtained the Sir Anthony Fisher International Memorial Award for its contribution to the cause of freedom in 2006. He was recently appointed Young Global Leader 2007 by the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Mr. Vargas Llosa is a native of Peru and received his B.S.C. in international history and an M. A. from the London School of Economics. He has been a member of Board of the Miami Herald Publishing Company and op-ed page editor and columnist at the Miami Herald, and a contributor to the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the BBC World Service, Time MagazineGrantamagazine, El País, the International Herald Tribune, and other media outlets. In addition, Mr. Vargas Llosa has been a commentator at Univision TV, news director at RCN radio, London Correspondent for Spain’s ABC daily newspaper, commentator at Radio Nacional de España in Madrid, host of the weekly TV program “Planeta 3” that aired in twelve Latin American countries for five years, and columnist at La Nación (Argentina), El Nacional(Venezuela), Reforma (Mexico), El Tiempo (Colombia), El País (Uruguay), El Listín Diario (Dominican Republic).

He is the author of the books The Che Guevara MythLiberty for Latin America, The Madness of Things Peruvian,Guide to the Perfect Latin American Idiot (with Carlos Alberto Montaner and Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza), El Exilio IndomableCuando Hablaba DormidoEl Diablo en CampañaEn el Reino del EspantoTiempos de Resistencia, and LaContenta Barbarie, and he is a contributing author to How I Learned English (edited by Tom Miller).

Mr. Vargas Llosa was the press spokesman for the presidential campaign of the Democratic Front in 1990 in his native Peru and an Advisor on International Relations for the presidential campaign of Perú Posible in 2001.

He is the recipient of the Sir Anthony Fisher International Memorial Award for his book Liberty for Latin America(2006), Juan Bautista Alberdi Award (2006) for his defense of freedom across the western hemisphere, the A.I.R. Award for Best Current Affairs Radio Show in Florida (1998), Puerto Rican Parliament’s Award for the Defense of Freedom (1997), Peruvian Association of Fishermen’s Award for the Defense of Freedom (2000), andFreedom of Expression Award given by the Association of Ibero-American Journalists (2003).

He has lectured widely on world economic and political issues. Among other venues, he has spoken at The World Economic Forum, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Council on Foreign Affairs (U.S.), World Affairs Council (U.S.), Inter-American Dialogue (U.S.), Florida International University (U.S.), University of New York (U.S.), Cato Institute (U.S.), Atlas Economic Research Foundation (U.S.), Mount Pelerin Society (Chile), Naumann Foundation (Germany), FAES Foundation (Spain), Brazilian Institute of Business Studies, Fundación Libertad (Argentina), the CEDICE Foundation (Venezuela), Ecuatorian Chamber of Commerce (Ecuador), and University of San Marcos (Peru).

 

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