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10 Challenges of Brazilian Foreign Policy

  • 13 december 2016

CEBRI's publication 10 Challenges of Brazilian Foreign Policy is the outcome of a project carried out in partnership with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, under the coordination of CEBRI Senior Fellow Matias Spektor.

The book is composed of ten chapters, in the format of policy papers, that address important reflections on the current dilemmas facing Brazil and the world. The papers bring aim to contribute to the construction of a positive and pragmatic international agenda for the country.

Throughout 2016, two meetings were held in Sao Paulo, in order for the experts invited to contribute towards the publication to have the opportunity to present their initial ideas and engage in dialogue with public and private actors, as well as representatives from academia and the civil society. The result of these discussions served as a basis for the authors to elaborate their chapters.

CEBRI's publication 10 Challenges of Brazilian Foreign Policy is the outcome of a project carried out in partnership with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, under the coordination of CEBRI Senior Fellow Matias Spektor.

The book is composed of ten chapters, in the format of policy papers, that address important reflections on the current dilemmas facing Brazil and the world. The papers bring aim to contribute to the construction of a positive and pragmatic international agenda for the country.

Throughout 2016, two meetings were held in Sao Paulo, in order for the experts invited to contribute towards the publication to have the opportunity to present their initial ideas and engage in dialogue with public and private actors, as well as representatives from academia and the civil society. The result of these discussions served as a basis for the authors to elaborate their chapters.

Participants in this publication

Diego Bonomo
Senior Fellow

Member of the Deliberative Council of the Institute of Governmental Relations (IRelGov)

Matias Spektor
Senior Fellow

Associate Professor and Founder of the Getulio Vargas Foundation School of International Relations (FGV)

Carlos Góes
Analyst at the International Monetary Fund and Chief Researcher at the Mercado Popular Institute

Eduardo Mello
Ph.D. student at the London School of Economics

João Augusto de Castro Neves
Latin America Director at the Eurasia Group

Marcos Tourinho
Professor at the FGV School of International Relations

Oliver Stuenkel
Professor of International Relations at the Getulio Vargas Foundation in São Paulo

Umberto Mignozzetti
Professor of International Relations at the Getulio Vargas Foundation

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