Dante Caputo (born 25 November 1943) is an Argentine academic, diplomat and politician, who served as foreign minister to President Raul Alfonsin.
Dante Mario Antonio Caputo was born in Buenos Aires to parents from the Campania Region of Italy. He graduated in political science at the Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires in 1966, and subsequently completed a graduate degree at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. Between 1968 and 1972, he had various posts at the Organization of American States, and in 1972, earned doctorate in Sociology at the University of Paris. In 1973 he was appointed as an investigator at the Torcuato di Tella Institute and for six years he headed the centre of investigations on state and administration.
Caputo taught at the Universities of Buenos Aires, del Salvador, Paris, Quilmes and La Plata.
Veinte anos del primer gran debate transmitido por la television argentina: Dante Caputo y Vicente Saadi
Ex-canciller Caputo joins socialism
Los debates prohibidos de America Latina
Dante Caputo: Official biography by OAS
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