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1. Voluntary Sustainability Standards (VSS) and the “Greening” of High-Emitting Industry Sectors in Brazil: Mapping the Sustainability Efforts of the Private Sector

2. Pivotal States, Not Swing States

3. Defining Peace: A content analysis of Brazil's, China's, and the European Union's discourses on the Ukraine War

4. “They’re Making It up as They Go”: Inside the Response to Brazil’s Deadly Floods

5. “Oil for the Few” at Brazil's Export Ports

6. The Technology Policies of Digital Middle Powers

7. Amazonia on the Brink

8. Transnational Guarani Land Defense and Solidarity

9. Anarchists vs. the State

10. Popular Organizing is the Only Way to Stop Bolsonarismo

11. “The Major Challenge to Brazilian Democracy Today Is Bolsonarismo”

12. Brasília and Washington

13. Brazil’s First-Ever Ministry of Indigenous Peoples Launched Amid a State of Emergency

14. Deadly Rio de Janeiro: Armed Violence and the Civilian Burden

15. An imperative for women’s political leadership: Lessons from Brazil

16. Follow the money: connecting anti-money laundering systems to disrupt environmental crime in the Amazon

17. Trade Shocks and Social Mobility: The Intergenerational Effect of Import Competition in Brazil

18. The Impact of Robots in Latin America: Evidence from Local Labor Markets

19. La “Ceguera Marítima”: características, consecuencias y alternativas.Alemania, Brasil y la Organización Marítima Internacionalen comparación

20. A post-Western global order in the making? Foreign policy goals of India, Turkey, Brazil and South Africa

21. Brasil-Estados Unidos-China en el orden global a principios del siglo XXI: Un análisis desde la perspectiva de la política exterior brasileña

22. Cold War rivalry on Brazil’s and Argentina’snuclear programs: examining military and civilian intentions

23. Navigating through continuity and innovation: an analysis of Lula’s third term challenges involving migration policy

24. Fall 2023 edition of Strategic Visions

25. Latin America and the ‘New Caucasus’: Linking Points Between Brazil and Azerbaijan

26. Online Gender-Based Violence in Brazil: New Data Insights

27. Jogo de Bicho: Brazil’s Popular but Illegal Lottery Game

28. Brazilian Youth Fight to Decolonize Climate Justice

29. Environmental Justice in the Age of Unnatural Disaster

30. Spring 2022 edition of Strategic Visions

31. From emergency to structure: ways to fight Covid-19 via international cooperation in health from Brazil

32. Social Policy Expansion and Retrenchment After Latin America’s Commodity Boom

33. Anticompetitive practices on public procurement: Evidence from Brazilian electronic biddings

34. Affirmative action with no major switching: Evidence from a top university in Brazil

35. The Pandemic Exposes and Exacerbates Existing Problems of Inequality and Polarization

36. Authoritarian Populism as a Response to Crisis: The Case of Brazil

37. Lula’s Victory, the New Left and the Future of Latin America

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

39. The Military’s Return to Brazilian Politics

40. Salmonella Program in the European Union and the Trade Dispute with Brazil at the World Trade Organisation: A Partial Equilibrium Framework

41. Administration and National Defense: Analysis of the relationship between two areas of scientific knowledge in Brazil

42. Historical relations between Brazil and Paraguay: negotiations and quarrels behind Itaipu Dam

43. Politicization, Foreign Policy and Nuclear Diplomacy: Brazil in the Global Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime after the NPT

44. Negotiations in international procurement management: the case of Bank BIC internationalization project within the CPSC space

45. CPLP: the first twenty-five years

46. Fragile States Index 2022 – Annual Report

47. Hydrogen and Energy Transition: Opportunities for Brazil

48. Energy in a World in Transition: Challenges, Opportunities and Perspectives

49. Brazilian Perspectives for BRICS

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

51. Fall 2022 edition of Strategic Visions

52. Brazil: Five Phenomena and Three Scenarios

53. Why Brazil Sought Chinese Investments to Diversify Its Manufacturing Economy

54. Artists killed in Latin America for exercising their freedom of artistic expression

55. The Importance of Lula’s Presidency in an Increasingly Multipolar World

56. The Most Important Election in Brazil’s History

57. Political Violence During Brazil’s 2022 General Elections

58. Political Violence During Brazil’s 2022 Presidential Runoff

59. Inclusion amid ethnic inequality: Insights from Brazil’s social protection system

60. International Law and Order Enforcement: Police Assistance Programs and Politics in US-Brazil Relations

61. “Brazilian Foreign Policy, Multilateral Institutions and Power Relations: an Interview with Ambassador Rubens Ricupero”

62. “One Single Agriculture”: Dismantling Policies and Silencing Peasant Family Farmers in Brazilian Foreign Policy (2016-2022)

63. When only China wants to play: Institutional turmoil and Chinese investment in Brazil

64. Marriage of convenience, love at first sight? A brief manual for teaching international relations in Brazil and beyond

65. BRICS and Global Health Diplomacy in the Covid-19 Pandemic: Situating BRICS’ diplomacy within the prevailing global health governance context

66. South America at the core of Brazilian foreign policy during Bolsonaro’s administration (2019-2022)

67. Inventory of data on economic activity and deforestation in the Amazon Basin

68. Connecting the Dots: Territories and Trajectories of Environmental Crime in the Brazilian Amazon and Beyond

69. The impacts of the pandemic on investment flows in BRICS countries: a preliminary analysis based on UNCTAD global investment reports

70. Geoeconomics of Polarisation: Can BRICS eclipse western global economic power?

71. Capital markets: where we are and what can be done

72. Horizontal inequalities and multi-sectarian societies: a study about the perception by Syrian refugees in Brazil of the socioeconomic situation and groups inequalities in Syria before the 2011 uprising

73. Aid and Technological Cooperation as a Foreign Policy Tool for Emerging Donors: The Case of Brazil

74. What Railway Deals Taught Chinese and Brazilians in the Amazon

75. National Defense and Development: Dialogues Between the Meaning of Helio Jaguaribe's "Autonomy" Concept And the National Strategy of Defense

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

77. Assessing the Economic, Societal and Cultural Benefits of YouTube in Brazil

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

79. Statelessness and COVID-19

80. Surviving Overlapping Precarity in a 'Gigantic Hellhole' A Case Study of Venezuelan LGBTQI+ Asylum Seekers and Undocument Migrant in Brazil amid COVID-19

81. How concerning is Bolsonaro’s recent political and military shakeup?

82. Therapeutic Communities in Brazil

83. UN Security Council Elections for 2022-2023 and the Responsibility to Protect

84. From Beirut to Brazil

85. American Regionalism and Brazilian Diplomatic Discourse (1946-2019)

86. A Theory of Hegemonic Stability in South American Regionalism? Evidence from the Case of Brazil in UNASUR and Venezuela in ALBA

87. Securitized Referent Objects in Brazilian Defence Documents: Natural Resources, Critical Infrastructure and Energy Security

88. Putting in Check the Brazilian Moves in the Climate Chessboard

89. Cybersecurity in Brazil: an analysis of the national strategy

90. Illegal Gold That Undermines Forests and Lives in the Amazon: An Overview of Irregular Mining and its Impacts on Indigenous Populations

91. The Civic Space GPS

92. Climate Politics and the Crisis of the Liberal International Order

93. Rethinking Polanyi’s Fictitious Commodities Based on the Brazilian Nuclear Segment

94. Chinese Investments in Brazil: Economic Diplomacy in Bilateral Relations

95. CoronaShock and Education in Brazil: One and a Half Years Later

96. The Challenges Facing Brazil’s Left

97. The Two Sources of the Illiberal Turn in Brazil

98. Rethinking the Regional Security Complex Theory: A South American view between 2008-2016

99. Engaging Brazil in the era of climate action: Can Europe and the United States devise a new globalisation?

100. Mexico 2018-2021: Pandemic, Crisis, Security and Geopolitics/México 2018-2021: Pandemia, Crisis, Seguridad y Geopolítica