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1. Brazilian Perspectives for BRICS

2. Through the Lenses of Morality and Responsibility: BRICS, Climate Change and Sustainable Development

3. Partnerships for Policy Transfer: How Brazil and China Engage in Triangular Cooperation with the United Nations

4. The Reform of the Brazilian Anti-Dumping Regime: A Partial Review of the Determinants and the Implications of Degree 8,058/2013

5. National Development Bank – BNDES and New Development Bank – NDB: a strategic partnership for development and sustainability?

6. African Union: Mbeki’s South Africa Policy for Africa

7. Brazil-Africa Relations: From the Slave Nexus to the Construction of Strategic Partnerships

8. Developing Countries Can Help Restore the WTO's Dispute Settlement System


10. Analysis of the Brazilian Crisis: Preliminary Effects on South-South Cooperation

11. The (Re)emergence of the BRICS and the Reorganization of Power in Contemporary Geopolitics

12. Multilateral Diplomacy: Dissents and Contrasts, Two Genebrine Cases, a Personal Testimony

13. The domestic risk of Chinese partnerships: cross-conditionality and coalition building

14. BRICS and Mortar: New Architecture in Education

15. South-South relations and global environmental governance: Brazilian international development cooperation

16. South-South Cooperation and Technological Development in Defense: The Case of the Missile a-Darter

17. Darkness at noon: deforestation in the new authoritarian era

18. Behind the Myth of the National Bourgeoisie: A Comparative Analysis of the Developmentalist State in Brazil and South Korea

19. Brazil and China facing global environmental challenges

20. Does the rise of the middle class disguise existing inequalities in Brazil?