Andrés Oppenheimer

Andrés  Oppenheimer

International Journalist


  • Born: Buenos Aires, Argentina 1951.
  • He moved to the United States in1976 with a fellowship from the World Press Institute.
  • He currently lives in Miami
  •  Latin American editor.
  • Political analyst with CNN en Español.
  • Editor and foreign affairs columnist with The Miami Herald.
  • Author of several bestsellers on international political and economic issues .
  • One of the 500 journalists more important U.S.
  • One of the 50 most influential Latin American intellectuals.
  • Co-winner of the 1987 Pulitzer Prize.
  • He won the Inter-American Press Association Award twice (1989 and 1994).
  • Award of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (1997).

Academic Training

Formación académica

Master's degree in Journalism 

Columbia University

 Law School

University of Buenos Aires' Law School


¡Basta de historias!: La obsesión latinoamericana con el pasado y las doce claves del futuro(2010) 

  • Aim keys to improve the education, science, technology and innovation.

"Bordering on Chaos: Guerrillas, Stockholders, Politicians and Mexico's Road to Prosperity"  (1996)

  • "A fascinating account of political and financial corruption in Mexico,"  (Mike Wallace)

"Ojos Vendados: Estados Unidos y el Negocio de la Corrupción en América Latina" (2001)

Main Topics of research 

  • Politics and Government
  • Humanities and social sciences
  • Marketing and communication