100 Days of the Obama Administration: An Analysis of the International Situation
28/04/2009 (All day)

The Center for the Study of International Relations at the Getulio Vargas Foundation organized, on 28/04/2009, an open lecture on the 100 Days of Obama Administration: an Analysis of the International Situation.

Check the schedule below:

 

Program

18:10 - Welcome Coffee

18:30 - Presentation of the theme - Matias Spektor

Global Economy, Domestic Politics and International Law

18:40 - Obama and the Global Economy - André Villela

19:00 - The new American Political Scenario - Octavio Amorim Neto

19:20 - International Norms following the Bush Era - Eduarda Passarelli Hamann-Nielebock

Foreign Policy and Regional Order

19:40 - Obama's Foreign Policy - Matias Spektor

20:00 - Obama and Latin America - Maria Celina Soares D’Araújo
20:20 - Obama and Brazilian Foreign Policy choices - Amaury de Souza

20:40 - Debate

21:20 - Cocktail

Speakers:

Amaury de Souza

PhD in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). And is a managing partner of Techne and MCM Consultores Associados. Author of Brazil's International Agenda Revisited: Community Perceptions of Brazilian Foreign Policy (Cebri, 2008).

André Villela

PhD in Economic History from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSA), and author of Contemporary Brazilian Economy (Campus Elsevier, 2004). Professor of Global Political Economy of the MBA in IR.

Eduarda Passarelli Hamann-Nielebock

PhD in International Relations from PUC-Rio, lawyer and consultant for VivaRio for questions regarding international security and peace operations. Professor of Contemporary International Questions of the MBA in IR.

Maria Celina Soares D’Araújo
PhD in Political Science at IUPERJ and author of the Lula government, Social and Political Contours of the Power Elite (CPDOC, 2007). Professor of International Relations in Latin America MBA in IR.

Matias Spektor
Ph.D. in International Relations from Oxford University and author of Kissinger and Brazil (Zahar, 2009). Professor of Political Analysis and International coordinator of MBA in IR.

Octavio Amorim Neto
PhD in Political Science from University of California at San Diego and author of Presidentialism and Governance in the Americas (FGV Publisher, 2006). Professor of Foreign Policy Strategies of MBA in IR.

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