UN Security Council decision-making: testing the Bribery Hypothesis – an interview with Eugenio Diniz Costa 

The paper now published in Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional  (RBPI Vol. 57 – July/Dec– 2014) is entitled “UN Security Council decision-making: testing the Bribery Hypothesis” and analyse Liberal-Institutionalism and Structural Realism expectations about international organizations and how US-controlled international aid is granted, and particularly if it is related or not to political affinity and […]

The cautious transition of North Korea – an interview with Paulo Visentini and Analúcia Pereira

The paper now published in Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional  (RBPI Vol. 57 – July/Dec– 2014) is entitled “The cautious transition of North Korea: venture diplomacy and modernization without reform” and discuss the succession of power in North Korea and the possibility of change in the regime. Paulo Fagundes Visentini gave an interview about his […]

A policy for the continent—reinterpreting the Monroe Doctrine – an interview with Carlos G. P. Teixeira

The paper now published in Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional  (RBPI Vol. 57 – July/Dec– 2014) is entitled “A policy for the continent—reinterpreting the Monroe Doctrine” and intended to show that the Monroe Doctrine had a clearly Caribbean-and not Latin American-character. The article rediscuss the Monroe era. Carlos Gustavo Poggio Teixeira gave an interview about […]

Multi-level Governance and Social Cohesion in the European Union, by Antón L. F. Álvarez & Mónica L. Viso

Antón Lois Fernández Álvarez is a lecturer of Political Science at the Department of Sociology, Political and Administration Science, and Philosophy of the University of Vigo in Spain. She has a degree in Law (1999), another in Political Sciences (2013) and a M.A. in History, Territory and Patrimonial Resources at the University of Vigo (2014). […]

The influence of technological dynamics in armed forces’ acquisition – an interview with Edison Silva and Domício Proença Jr.

The political and often administrative subordination of a country’s armed services to a single ministerial portfolio tends to understate their very different technological states of the art. As a result it may misperceive the meaning and potential of each service’s technological dynamics. This has broad impact in terms of the way each armed service (the […]

Edição da RBPI marca os sessenta anos do Instituto Brasileiro de Relações Internacionais, por Antônio Carlos Lessa

A publicação do número 2 do volume 57 da Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional marca a celebração dos sessenta anos de fundação do Instituto Brasileiro de Relações Internacionais – IBRI, fundado em 1954 no Rio de Janeiro, e transferido para Brasília em 1993. Nesse número, recentemente disponibilizado integralmente na página da Revista no Scielo, publicamos […]

A new perspective on the grand strategy of the patron of Brazilian diplomacy – an interview with João Paulo Alsina Jr. 

This article addresses Baron of Rio-Branco’s grand strategy during his term as Brazil’s Minister of External Relations and the role played in this context by the naval reorganization program (1904-1910). The ensuing case study aimed to determine domestic and international constraints that affected the latter, as well as the worldview of the patron of Brazilian […]

A case study on the local implementation of the European Social Fund, by Antón Lois F. Álvarez & Mónica L. Viso

The European Social Fund (ESF) together with other Structural Funds, of which the Autonomous Community of Galicia –Spain- has been a major recipient, constitutes the key components of European Union (EU) cohesion policy. Though the Structural Funds have become the most tangible expression of EU policy for many EU and Galician citizens, this does not […]

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