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Antonio Carlos Lessa
Associate Professor at the Institute of International Relations - University of Brasília, Brazil. Editor-in-chief of RBPI and Meridiano 47.
Associate Professor at the Institute of International Relations - University of Brasília, Brazil. Editor-in-chief of RBPI and Meridiano 47.
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Call for Papers – Brazil ups and downs in global environmental governance (2008-2018): a Special Issue of RBPI - Since the 1990’s, Global Environmental Governance has become a relevant issue in the dynamic of the International System and in the academic studies of International Relations. In the beginning, most studies were framed on the theory of international regimes and multilateralism focusing on climate change, erosion of biodiversity, deforestation, depletion of the ozone layer, nucle...

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Since the 1990’s, Global Environmental Governance has become a relevant issue in the dynamic of the International System and in the academic studies of International Relations. In the beginning, most studies were framed on the theory of international…

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China, the EU and multilateralism: the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank – An Interview with Ricardo Bustillo and Maiza Andoni, by Bruna Bosi Moreira - In the article “China, the EU and multilateralism: the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank”, published in the issue 1/2018 of Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional (v. 60, n. 1), Ricardo Bustillo and Maiza Andoni, both from the University of the Basque Country, discuss the underlying forces that led to the creation of the AIIB and...

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In the article “China, the EU and multilateralism: the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank”, published in the issue 1/2018 of Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional (v. 60, n. 1), Ricardo Bustillo and Maiza Andoni, both from the University of the…

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Second batch of articles at 1/2018 issue now available on line - We’re pleased to inform the publication of the second batch of articles at the issue 1/2018 (Volume 61 – Number 1) of the Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional – RBPI. RBPI is published exclusively on line at our website in Scielo, following the continuous publishing model.  This issue will receive continuously new articles until late december. Bookmark the issue to check […]

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We’re pleased to inform the publication of the second batch of articles at the issue 1/2018 (Volume 61 – Number 1) of the Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional – RBPI. RBPI is published exclusively on line at our website in Scielo, following the…

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Brazil in the global anticorruption regime, uma entrevista com Marcos Tourinho, por Tiago Tasca - Marcos Tourinho, no artigo “Brazil in the global anticorruption regime” publicado no Volume 60, n. 1 – 2018, da RBPI, avança no debate sobre mecanismos de internalização, pelas instituições brasileiras, das normas internacionais de lavagem de dinheiro e corrupção. O artigo enfatiza processos pelos quais a governança global para anticorrupção influenciou a transformação das leis […]

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Marcos Tourinho, no artigo “Brazil in the global anticorruption regime” publicado no Volume 60, n. 1 – 2018, da RBPI, avança no debate sobre mecanismos de internalização, pelas instituições brasileiras, das normas internacionais de lavagem de dinheiro e…

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Debating US Military Strategy in the Persian Gulf: What is the Way Forward? – An interview with Eugenio Lilli, by Victor Thives - In his article Debating US Military Strategy in the Persian Gulf: What is the Way Forward?, published in RBPI (Vol. 61, n.1 – 2018), Eugenio Lilli investigates the extent to which distinct US military strategies have affected the stability of the Persian Gulf – historically a region of strategic importance to US national security. Should […]

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In his article Debating US Military Strategy in the Persian Gulf: What is the Way Forward?, published in RBPI (Vol. 61, n.1 – 2018), Eugenio Lilli investigates the extent to which distinct US military strategies have affected the stability of the Persian…
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