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1. Impact of economic sanctions on net commodity-producing and net commodity-consuming countries

2. The impacts on the change of training architecture for UN Peacekeeping Operations in Brazil

3. Towards a Pax Cubana: revolution, socialism and development in Havana’s Cold War foreign policy

4. Subnational policies and migration in the USA: post-national citizenship or sovereignty?

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

6. International development cooperation as a global governance policy

7. Back to sovereignty? Policy space in investor-State dispute settlement

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

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

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

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

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

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

14. Borders and transit countries: the re-territorialization of Middle East pipelines

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

16. Paving the way to the Security Council: NGOs’ activism on women’s and children’s issues

17. Corporate influence and the global pandemic – reflections from the mining sector

18. Promoting health diplomacy in the fight against COVID-19: the case of Vietnam

19. The institutionalized Buen Vivir: a new hegemonic political paradigm for Ecuador

20. Artificial Intelligence and International System Structure

21. Mobilizing Resources and Signaling Intentions: a Neoclassical Realist Analysis of Japan’s Domestic and International Instrumentalization of the Senkaku Islands Dispute and China’s Maritime Assertiveness

22. The challenge to US hegemony and the “Gilpin Dilemma”

23. The Copenhagen School in South America: the (de)securitization of UNASUR (2008-2017)

24. The demise of the INF Treaty: a path dependence analysis

25. The Chinese South-South development cooperation: an assessment of its structural transformation

26. Development finance with Chinese characteristics: financing the Belt and Road Initiative

27. Patterns of Official Development Assistance in Tajikistan: effects on growth and poverty reduction

28. Enlarging the donor base: an analysis of the World Food Programme’s reform process and the Brazilian bridge diplomacy

29. From poverty reduction to global challenges, a new horizon for international development cooperation?

30. The changing nature and architecture of U.S. democracy assistance

31. Epistemic hegemony: the Western straitjacket and post-colonial scars in academic publishing

32. National interests and the impact of student mobility: the case of Canada and Brazil

33. Exploring Brazilian foreign policy towards women: dimensions, outcomes, actors and influences

34. Compliance in “exceptional” trade disputes: a set-theoretical approach

35. The changing face of environmental governance in the Brazilian Amazon: indigenous and traditional peoples promoting norm diffusion

36. Global climate adaptation governance in the Amazon through a polycentricity lens

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

38. Climate governance and International Civil Aviation: Brazil's policy profile

39. Brazilian energy-related climate (in)action and the challenge of deep decarbonization

40. Japan: A Nuclear State?

41. High expectations. Interregional agendas on global security challenges: East Asia, Europe and Latin America

42. Chinese Cultural Diplomacy: instruments in China’s strategy for international insertion in the 21st Century

43. The parting of the seas: norms, material power and state control over the ocean

44. Free trade agreements and regional alliances: support from Latin American legislators

45. The challenge from the periphery: Latin America’s New Deals and the shaping of Liberal Internationalism in FDR’s Era

46. A hemispheric moral majority: Brazil and the transnational construction of the New Right

47. “Pax Americana”: the United States and the transformation of the 20th century’s global order

48. The impact of the 1949 Chinese Revolution on a Latin American Chinese community: shifting power relations in Havana’s Chinatown

49. Technology, politics, and development: domestic criticism of the 1975 Brazilian-West German nuclear agreement

50. Hybrid democracy: electoral rules and political competition in Afghanistan

51. Debating US Military Strategy in the Persian Gulf: What is the Way Forward?

52. Brazil and the European Union: from liberal inter-regionalism to realist bilateralism

53. Normative resistance to responsibility to protect in times of emerging multipolarity: the cases of Brazil and Russia

54. Brazil in the global anticorruption regime

55. The role of Brazil in multilateral disarmament efforts

56. Grand Strategy and Peace Operations: the Brazilian Case

57. The South American Defense Council: the Building of a Community of Practice for Regional Defense

58. Brazil’s Nuclear Submarine: A Broader Approach to the Safeguards Issue

59. Brazilian Hybrid Security in South America

60. Managing Security in a Zone of Peace: Brazil´s Soft Approach to Regional Governance

61. Global justice and environmental governance: an analysis of the Paris Agreement

62. The weight of ideology on the attitude of Latin American countriestoward the United States

63. International Leadership as a Process: The case of China in Southeast Asia

64. Brazilian Foreign Policy Towards Internet Governance

65. Many Worlds, Many Theories, Many Rules: Formulating an Ethical System for the World to Come

66. Towards the Global Study of International Relations

67. Many worlds, many nature(s), one planet: indigenous knowledge in the Anthropocene

68. International Relations Theory in Brazil: trends and challenges in teaching and research

69. Rethinking IR from the Amazon

70. Implementing decisions of the WTO Dispute Settlement in Brazil: is there a place for transparency and participation?

71. Foreign Policy Analysis in Latin American democracies: the case for a research protocol

72. What does the field of International Relations look like in South America?

73. Wandering decarbonization: the BRIC countries as conservative climate powers

74. International cooperation on transboundary aquifers in South America and the Guarani Aquifer case