Carlos M. Regúnaga

Senior Associate (Non-resident), Americas Program
Associated Programs: Americas Program

Carlos Regúnaga is an attorney and analyst of Argentine politics. He is currently a consultant at the Consejo Argentino para las Relaciones Internacionales (CARI), the leading Argentine think tank in the field of international relations, where he is a permanent member of the United States, European Issues, and Nuclear Issues Committees; director of International, Scientific, and Cultural Integration Studies of the Amílcar Argüelles Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Buenos Aires; vice president, and former president, of the Club del Progreso, the oldest political, social, and cultural club in Argentina; and Knight of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, with the rank of commendatore. He served as adviser to the president of Argentina and chief of staff to that country’s secretary of commerce. Regúnaga also acquired valuable experience in the private sector as legal counsel and member of the boards of directors of several corporations. Regúnaga earned his law degree from the Universidad de Buenos Aires and did postgraduate work at Buenos Aires, New York, and Princeton universities.