CEBRI’s Thematic Programs Launch Policy Papers with Foreign Policy Recommendations for Brazil

  • Institutional
  • 10 august 2022

CEBRI's Thematic Programs developed a series of Policy Papers with foreign policy recommendations for Brazil.

See below the papers that have been published:

 

Agribusiness Program | Public policies for a competitive and sustainable insertion of Brazilian agribusiness in the world

Read here.

To watch this paper’s launch event, click here.

 

Political Economy Program | Public Policy Guidelines for 2023: Elements for a Strategy for Resuming Sustainable Growth and Social Inclusion

Read here

 

South America Program | The Time for Brazilian diplomacy to go back to prioritizing its regional surroundings

Read here.

To watch this paper’s launch event, click here

 

Energy Program | Propositions for a just energy transition in Brazil 

Read here.

 

Defense and International Security Program | Global Geopolitical Tensions and the Challenges of Strengthening Defense and National Security: preliminary comments

Read here.

To watch this paper’s launch event, click here

 

Multilateralism Program | Multilateralism and Multipolarity

Read here.

To watch this paper’s launch event, click here.

 

Infrastructure Program | Advances and challenges in the modernization of Brazilian infrastructure

Read here.

To watch this paper’s launch event, click here.

 

International Trade and Global Economy Program | Recommendations on foreign trade policy

Read here.

 

Environment and Climate Change | Development and Climate Change: Brazil’s role in the environmental-climate agenda

Read here.

 

Asia Program | Asian countries, China and Brazil: Thoughts on how to organize our relations

Read here.

 

Europe Program | Recommendations for the future of Brazil-Europe relations 

Read here

 

United States Program | Brazil-United States Relations: challenges of a new world

Read here.

 

Culture and International Relations Program | Soft Power and National Identity: the role of cultura in Brazil's international integration

Read here.

 

Support:

Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

 

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CEBRI's Thematic Programs developed a series of Policy Papers with foreign policy recommendations for Brazil.

See below the papers that have been published:

 

Agribusiness Program | Public policies for a competitive and sustainable insertion of Brazilian agribusiness in the world

Read here.

To watch this paper’s launch event, click here.

 

Political Economy Program | Public Policy Guidelines for 2023: Elements for a Strategy for Resuming Sustainable Growth and Social Inclusion

Read here

 

South America Program | The Time for Brazilian diplomacy to go back to prioritizing its regional surroundings

Read here.

To watch this paper’s launch event, click here

 

Energy Program | Propositions for a just energy transition in Brazil 

Read here.

 

Defense and International Security Program | Global Geopolitical Tensions and the Challenges of Strengthening Defense and National Security: preliminary comments

Read here.

To watch this paper’s launch event, click here

 

Multilateralism Program | Multilateralism and Multipolarity

Read here.

To watch this paper’s launch event, click here.

 

Infrastructure Program | Advances and challenges in the modernization of Brazilian infrastructure

Read here.

To watch this paper’s launch event, click here.

 

International Trade and Global Economy Program | Recommendations on foreign trade policy

Read here.

 

Environment and Climate Change | Development and Climate Change: Brazil’s role in the environmental-climate agenda

Read here.

 

Asia Program | Asian countries, China and Brazil: Thoughts on how to organize our relations

Read here.

 

Europe Program | Recommendations for the future of Brazil-Europe relations 

Read here

 

United States Program | Brazil-United States Relations: challenges of a new world

Read here.

 

Culture and International Relations Program | Soft Power and National Identity: the role of cultura in Brazil's international integration

Read here.

 

Support:

Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

 

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