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    Reimagining Regional Governance in Latin America
    (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2021-06) Merke, Federico; Stuenkel, Oliver; Feldmann, Andreas E.
    Latin America’s existing predicament stems from a complex set of interlinked social, economic, and political crises, which have been magnified by the advent of the coronavirus pandemic and a rising tide of isolationism and “antiglobalism.” These crises range from domestic polarization and economic travails, to ideological divergence, personal rivalries among the region’s leaders and U.S.-Chinese geopolitical competition, and all are hampering regional governance and negatively impacting the prospects of cooperation.
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    Respostas Europeias para a Crise Internacional
    (Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 2011-06-01) Lazarou, Elena
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    The role of the National Media in the Europeanization of National Foreign Policy
    (Bahcesehir University Press, 2009-06-01) Lazarou, Elena
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    WikiLeaks nas Relações Internacionais
    (USP, 2011-03-01) Spektor, Matias
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    Obama and Brazil
    (Brookings Institution Press, 2011-01-01) Neves, João Augusto de Castro; Spektor, Matias
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    Cuba em transe?
    (FGV, 2008-04-05) Spektor, Matias
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    O mundo de Barack Obama
    (FGV, 2009-01-02) Spektor, Matias
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    Ideias de ativismo regional: a transformação das leituras brasileiras da região
    (2010-07-01) Spektor, Matias
    This piece studies change in Brazil’s readings of its regional environment since the 1990s. It begins by characterizing Brazil’s latest pattern of regional activism, with an emphasis to the obstacles and ambiguities that inhere. It then presents the range of new strategic concepts that have informed Brazilian behavior in South America. The conclusion highlights the silences that recur.
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    Brazil: the underlying ideas of Regional Policies
    (Ashgate, 2010-05-01) Spektor, Matias
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    The Evolving ‘Doctrine’ of Multilateralism in the 21st Century
    (Mercury, 2010-02-03) Lazarou, Elena; Edwards, Geoffrey; Hill, Christopher; Smith, Julie
    Multilateralism is a concept which has been given increasing attention, particularly by western democracies, since the end of the Cold War, even if its practice dates back at least to 1815. The issue of whether it has now become a ‘doctrine’, that is a coherent guide to policy practice, is more arguable. If it has, then the European Union is the leader in conceptualising and articulating such a doctrine. Indeed, it comes closer than any other single concept to expressing what the EU stands for in world politics. The idea of multilateralism is used often to legitimise EU actions, although it has been qualified after 9.11. by the term ‘effective’, thus hinting at the European wish to avoid mere idealism, and willingness to make hard choices. This dilemma is matched by that between regional and universal multilateralism, which faces all actors in international politics. The EU experiences it keenly in the areas of both security and trade. A further sharp difficulty is over multilateralism as end and multilateralism as means: in practice the EU looks on the concept from both perspectives, and codifies it in the form of declarations, recommendations and speeches which, however, usually serve to make it even more difficult to identify a coherent ‘doctrine’. The European Security Strategy of 2003, updated in 2009, which adopted the idea of ‘effective multilateralism’, did not amount to a parsimonious solution to this problem. More consensus, but also more research on the EU’s practices, will certainly be needed if a clear doctrine of multilateralism is to be enunciated.
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    Les différentes logiques de la politique régionale du Brésil
    (Institut des Amériques, 2009-11-01) Spektor, Matias
    If one were to explain Brazil's regional policies with reference to ideas and values, what would these ideas be and how would they help account for behavior? Under which forms do ideas and other factors interact in the shaping of Brazil's regional power prafile? Do these ideas reflect fundamental ideologies or are they mosdy instrumental? Do they ever translate into a coherent normative vision? And how have these ideas been institudonalized, if at ali? This chapter answers these questions and shows how competing logics have helped shape and sustain Brazil's new regional activism.
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    Brazil as a Regional and emerging Global Power
    (SAIIA, 2009-11-01) Spektor, Matias
    Since the year 2000, Brazilian foreign policy has expanded dramatically on the back of the country’s growing material wealth. Changes in the international system helped too. The global balance of power became more open to large developing states, and South America has experienced a range of dramatic challenges that has forced Brazil to take an increasingly assertive stance in regional affairs. Does this mean Brazil is a major power in the making? Changes in foreign policy lack the depth and strength to make them irreversible. Something more sustainable is needed. But is the country willing to pay the price?
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    O dragão em sua jaula
    (Instituto Brasileiro de Relações Internacionais, 2005-10-01) Spektor, Matias
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    Cronologia das Relações Internacionais Contemporâneas e da Política Exterior do Brasil, de 1945 aos nossos dias
    (UnB, 2000-01-01) Spektor, Matias; Lessa, Antônio Carlos; Chiarelli, Paulo José
    Cronologia comparativa listando os principais eventos que marcaram as relações internacionais e a política exterior do Brasil de 1945 a 1998.
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    Anti-Americanism in Latin America and the Caribbean (Book Review)
    (Society for Latin American Studies, 2009-01-01) Spektor, Matias
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    Notas sobre o desafio argentino do Brasil republicano
    (UnB, 2000-12-01) Spektor, Matias
    O autor avalia o relacionamento entre Argentina e Brasil no princípio do século XX, sob a argumentação de que o eixo diplomático entre os dois países conformou um estilo peculiar de administração dos conflitos inerentes à vida internacional. Para tanto, oferece uma interpretação sobre a construção do lugar da Argentina na política externa do Brasil da Velha República, analisando esse relacionamento à luz da estratégia brasileira para fazer frente ao desafio argentino.