About the Journal

Mission and objectives

CEBRI-Journal is a reference policy-oriented and academic publication on International Relations and Foreign Policy, which promotes the free and plural debate of ideas. It is a space of coordination between strictly academic debates and those of society at large, engaging decision-makers from different spheres. The Journal’s core values include impartiality, independence, and impact, to strengthen the democratic debate of innovative ideas about Brazil and the world in the 21st century.

ISSN 2764-7897 (online)
ISSN 2764-7889 (print)

Editors-in-chief

Hussein Kalout
Feliciano de Sá Guimarães

Associate Editors

Dawisson Belém Lopes
Fernanda Cimini
Francisco Gaetani
Guilherme Casarões

Assistant Editor

Bruno Zilli

Editorial Board

Aloysio Nunes Ferreira
André Lara Resende
Andrés Malamud
Antônio Carlos Lessa
Antonio Patriota
Arlene Tickner
Benoni Belli
Brian Winter
Carlos Eduardo Lins da Silva
Carlos Milani
Celso Amorim
Demétrio Magnoli
Juan Gabriel Tokatlian
Letícia Pinheiro
Luís Roberto Barroso
Luis Solís
Maria Hermínia Tavares de Almeida
Maria Regina Soares de Lima
Patrícia Campos Mello
Paula Almeida
Pedro Dallari
Raquel Vaz-Pinto
Roberto Jaguaribe
Roberto Rodrigues
Simon Mabon
Timothy Power

Advisory Board

Celso Lafer
Gelson Fonseca Jr.
Izabella Teixeira
Joaquim Falcão
José Pio Borges
Marcos Azambuja
Rubens Ricupero

Executive Coordination

Julia Dias Leite
Carla Duarte

Special Projects Coordination

Caio Vidal
Lucas Bilheiro

About CEBRI

The Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI) is an independent and plural think tank, which for over twenty years has been dedicated to the promotion of the propositional debate on foreign policy and Brazilian international integration.

CEBRI is a non-profit institution, internationally recognized, that proposes innovative and multidisciplinary solutions to leverage the country's protagonism in the global context.

It has a network of over 100 specialists who contribute to the production and dissemination of high-quality content and policy formulation.

Learn more HERE.

 

The opinions expressed in the editorials, policy papers, academic articles, book reviews, and interviews published in CEBRI-Journal issues and its associated channels, such as website and social media, belong exclusively to the authors and are not representative of institutional positions from the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI), its members or supporters.