Vânia Carvalho Pinto fala sobre o artigo “Exploring the interplay between Framing and Securitization theory: the case of the Arab Spring protests in Bahrain”

Vânia Carvalho Pinto, professora do Instituto de Relações Internacionais da Universidade de Brasília, tem a sua trajetória acadêmica inequivocamente relacionada com as dinâmicas internacionais que envolvem o Mundo Árabe. No artigo Exploring the interplay between Framing and Securitization theory: the case of the Arab Spring protests in Bahrain, publicado na edição 1/2014 (Vol. 57 – […]

Na RBPI 1/2014 – Chinese multinational corporations in Brazil: strategies and implications in energy and telecom sectors

This study aims to understand how Chinese enterprises acted in Brazilian energy and telecommunication sectors in the past ten years and whether they would be leading to an increase in the asymmetries between Brazil and China. It argues that the asymmetries presented in the relations are due in large part to successful Chinese enterprises’ strategies. […]

Na RBPI 1/2014 – Towards an uncertain future? The strengthening of Japan’s autonomy in Asia-Pacific

Recently, Japan has been increasing tensions with China regarding the Pinnacle Senkaku/Diaoyu islands. Due to the Chinese military development, Japan has been working on its political and military strengthening in Asia. This essay presents two possible scenarios for Japan. Leia o artigo: MIYAMOTO, Shiguenoli  and  WATANABE, Paulo Daniel. Towards an uncertain future? The strengthening of […]

Na RBPI 1/2014 – A harder edge: reframing Brazil’s power relation with Africa

Brazil’s rapprochement with Africa during the last decade has been mostly explained as an attempt to improve political dialogue, raise economic interactions, and provide technical cooperation assistance. This article, however, argues that such framework does not sufficiently account for the use of Brazilian material resources in order to attain harder strategic goals towards the continent. […]

Na RBPI 1/2014 – O Brasil e a cooperação em defesa: a construção de uma identidade regional no Atlântico Sul

This article analyzes the cooperation that Brazil has been developing across the South Atlantic, showing that Brazil has adopted the role of region-builder, working to construct a South Atlantic identity while it secures for itself a position of preeminence. Such efforts begin to be contested by other actors from within and outside the region. Leia […]

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