The Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI) is an independent think tank that contributes to building Brazil’s international agenda. For over twenty years, the institution has been dedicated to promoting pluralistic and purposeful dialogues on the international perspective and Brazilian foreign policy.ABOUT CEBRI
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Secretary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1990-1992)
"Brazil's foreign and environmental policy must express a discourse of constructive rationality in accordance with our interests, culture and tradition."
Associate Professor and Founder of the Getulio Vargas Foundation School of International Relations (FGV)
"The bilateral relationship between the US and Brazil brings tremendous opportunities for both countries. The more ambitious the initiatives, the more presidential leadership will be required on both sides in order for this relationship to take off."
Brazil's Ambassador to Egypt and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Brazil (2011-2013)
"Some analysts suggest that multilateralism has been in a long crisis since the September 11 attacks. The Security Council has been put under tension by the war in Iraq, raising questions about the lasting relevance of a fundamental obligation inherent in the multilateral system."