Evento – Programa seleciona pesquisador na área de ciências humanas e sociais – CAPES

Publicado nesta terça-feira, 28, pela Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (Capes), o novo edital do Programa Dra. Ruth Cardoso. A iniciativa oferece apoio à participação de professores e pesquisadores brasileiros das áreas de ciências humanas e sociais nas atividades da Universidade de Columbia, na cidade de Nova York, EUA. As inscrições vão […]

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What Tools Do We Have To Understand a New World Order in Progress, by Anthony Spanakos and Joseph C. Marques

There is no end to the number of academic and popular titles that respond to changing dynamics in the global order. The structures, actors, ideas, and modes of interaction that had been thought to be fixed have seemed especially dynamic since at least the 2008 global recession. While some believe that the US remains so […]

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Evento – Lançamento da edição No. 02 (2013) da revista Carta Internacional (ABRI)

A Associação Brasileira de Relações Internacionais (ABRI) anuncia o lançamento do número 02 do ano de 2013 (v. 08) da revista Carta Internacional. Carta internacional é uma revista eletrônica semestral da Associação Brasileira de Relações Internacionais (ABRI), destinada à publicação de artigos científicos inéditos dedicados a temas das relações internacionais contemporâneas, em especial àqueles que […]

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Evento – Concurso para Professor de Relações Internacionais – UFGD

A Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados anuncia a abertura das inscrições para o Concurso Docente 2014-3, destinado ao provimento de 82 vagas, em caráter efetivo, do cargo de Professor Classe A da Carreira do Magistério Superior. O período de inscrições vai de 30 de outubro a 14 de novembro de 2014. Há vagas para a […]

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The Forum for Economic and Trade Cooperation between China and the Portuguese-speaking Countries , by Carmen Amado Mendes

In 2003, the Forum for Economic and Trade Cooperation between China and the Portuguese-speaking Countries was created in the Chinese Ministry of Commerce. In the paper published in Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional (RBPI, 6/2014), Carmen Amado Mendes argues that it has different characteristics from other forums created by Beijing. For instance, relations among member states’ representatives […]

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Japan and India – security ties amid China’s rise, by Wellington Dantas de Amorim and Antonio Henrique Lucena Silva

China’s rise in recent decades has fostered many interpretations as what should future Asia resemble. Acharya, Kang and others have a benign view of Chinese influence, with a peaceful hierarchy where the other countries stand satisfied with its hegemony. On the other academic corner, realists like Friedberg view Asia’s future as a replay of the […]

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Heading towards a New Cold War, by Jose León-Manríquez and Luis F. Alvarez

In a paper published in Revista Brasileira de Relações Internacionais (RBPI, vol.55, 1/2012), two Mexican researchers evaluate the impact of China’s inroads in Latin America within the broader framework of Sino-U.S relations. Contrary to what could be expected given the United States’ historical hegemony over Latin America, growing Chinese influence in this region has not led, thus […]

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Chinese energy-climate latest policy developments, by Larissa Basso and Eduardo Viola

The world is currently in a development path that does not respect the planetary limits for a safe existence for humanity. Greenhouse gases (GHG) concentration in the atmosphere has been dangerously rising and must be kept under control if climate change is to be tackled. Any initiative successful in controlling GHG concentration must take into […]

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China’s Proposing Behavior in Global Governance, by Hongsong Liu

With regard to the theme of China’s participation in global governance, the existing studies primarily focus on China’s participation in international institutions, China’s compliance with the rules of international institutions and the impact of international institutions on China’s domestic politics and foreign policy. However, the three questions do not cover all the aspects of China’s […]

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China’s evolving role in the WTO DSU, by Sven Van Kerckhoven and Adriaan Luyten

China has achieved remarkable economic progress over the last decades, managing nearly double-digit growth rates since the start of its economic reforms in 1978. Thanks to this economic growth and its vast size, China quickly became one of the major actors in the international trade system. As a result, China could no longer remain at […]

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MÉXICO, POR QUE O MÉXICO? – Notas panorâmicas sobre os pontos de aproximação entre México e Brasil, por Danillo Avellar Bragança

O objetivo deste texto é produzir, de forma geral e panorâmica, um parecer sobre as condições da relação de política externa entre o Brasil e o México, pela perspectiva do projeto e do planejamento, para além dos resultados. Quer dizer, estes são dois países de muitas semelhanças, mas que guardam uma relação de muita cautela […]

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China dual roles in the Greater Mekong Sub-region, by Truong-Minh Vu

The rise of China not only changes the power structure of the world, but also becomes one of the phenomena affecting global development in the 21st century. Apart from statistics and indicators of economic development, foreign investment, military spending and activities to disseminate soft power made in China, it can be asked “Can China lead?” […]

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China and the World – the Demise of Peaceful Rise, by Raquel Vaz-Pinto

For the past thirty years the rise of China has stunned the world. This rise has been possible by deliberately playing a low-profile in international affairs whilst devoting all the energy and resources to economic growth. This strategy known as Peaceful Rise or Development has made China one of the indispensable countries of the world. […]

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