- Brazil in the global anticorruption regime, by Marcos Tourinho;
- Normative resistance to responsibility to protect in times of emerging multipolarity: the cases of Brazil and Russia, by Alena Vysotskaya Guedes Vieira;
- Brazil and the European Union: from liberal inter-regionalism to realist bilateralism, by Susanne Gratius;
- Debating US Military Strategy in the Persian Gulf: What is the Way Forward?, by Eugenio Lilli;
- The Defense-Development Nexus: Brazilian Nuclear Policy under the Workers’ Party Administrations, by Victor Coutinho Lage;
- Hybrid democracy: electoral rules and political competition in Afghanistan, by Aureo Gomes;
- China, the EU and multilateralism: the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, by Ricardo Bustillo & Maiza Andoni;
- The Six-Pack as a Test for the New Intergovernmentalism and Supranationalism Theories, by Maria Sacadura Valle-Flor;
- Brazil, the United States and the Tehran Declaration, by Marcos Aurelio Guedes de Oliveira & Deijenane Gomes dos Santos;
- Silences and hierarchies in European Union Public Diplomacy, by Paula Orrico Sandrim & Andrea Ribeiro Hoffmann;
- Counter-disciplining the Dual Agenda: towards a (re-)assessment of the interdisciplinary study of International Law and International Relations, by Roberto Vilchez Yamato & Florian Fabian Hoffmann;
- Local-global linkages in the food regime: global history and the internationalization of Brazilian agribusiness, by Helder Ferreira do Vale;
- What is planetary health? Addressing the environment-health nexus in Southeast Asia in the era of the Sustainable Development Goals: opportunities for International Relations scholars, by Nicole De Paula;
- Hydropower infrastructure and regional order making in the Sub-Mekong region, by Truong-Minh Vu & Maximilian Mayer;
- International development strategies for the XXIst century and post-modern patrimonialism in Africa – Angola and Mozambique, by Nuno De Fragoso Vidal.
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