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What happened to Brazil’s Foreign Policy during Dilma Rousseff’s first mandate?

The end of the Cold War imposed new dynamics to the world. International Relations no longer have the ideological bias from the Cold War...

The BRICS bank: Future of Finances

Few disputed the unfair weightings in the IMF and World Bank of the BRICS companies. But Rajat Nag, a former Managing Director of the...

Are informal coalitions good or bad? The case of IBSA

The twenty-first century is a century in which countries are increasingly seeking equal rights, which involve, for instance, the acknowledgement in their regional spheres...

NEW DEAL for the Balkans – China and BRICS

Capital rich and ready to spend, China might be outplaying many Western rivals, even maybe Russia, in the Balkans. Chinese investments boost the influence,...

Future of Davos in Kyrgyzstan

Is the new Russian approach towards China and India, vector for a multipolar world order? Will the new Davos – gathering between vanity fair...

The UN Security Council Reform? – No tricks from the BRICS

Should Brazil (along with other BRICS members) continue to insist in the UN Security Council Reform? For a long time Brazil...

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As Kazakhstan and parts of Russia grapple with severe...

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How Will EU Space Law Impact US National, Strategic, and Commercial Interests

Earlier this year, the six-month-long Belgian rotating presidency of...

US President Biden plays high-risk poker with Israel’s Netanyahu

US President Joe Biden doesn’t fit the mould of...

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