The Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional announces the publication of the first batch of articles for the special issue International Development Cooperation and Multipolarity: Scrambling North and South? (Vol. 63 – N. 2 – 2020).
The issue aims at analyzing and assessing the current transformations in International Development Cooperation practices, governance and goals, addressing how systemic changes are impacting on international development cooperation.
This special issue is edited by Paulo Esteves (Associate Professor of International Relations at the Institute of International Relations / PUC-Rio) and Geovana Zoccal (Humboldt Research Fellow at the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development).
RBPI follows the continuous publication model. This issue will publish continuously new articles until late December. Bookmark the issue to check for new additions.
- The Chinese South-South development cooperation: an assessment of its structural transformation, by Javier Vadell, Giuseppe Lo Brutto & Alexandre Leite
- From poverty reduction to global challenges, a new horizon for international development cooperation?, by Philippe Orliange
- From the paradigmatic to the practical battlefield: Southern development cooperation practices in a traditional aid hosting context, by Álvaro Moreira
- Enlarging the donor base: an analysis of the World Food Programme’s reform process and the Brazilian bridge diplomacy, by Thiago Lima & Jenifer Queila
- International Organizations diffusion in South-South Cooperation dynamics. Notes on the Uruguayan case in the 21st Century, by Carla Morasso & Lorena Lamas