Center for International Relations

The Center for International Relations at Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV), based at the School of Social Sciences/CPDOC, was founded in 2009 and its main goal was to promote academic and applied research and teaching of International Politics and Global History. Since then, the research interests of its faculty has reached the most different themes, such as the role of emergent powers in global order; the relations between Europe and Brazil, Europe and Latin America, Brazilian foreign policy; the Brazilian nuclear program and transatlantic relations, from a standpoint that considers both a historical perspective and its entanglements with the present.

The Center also collaborates actively for the consolidation of FGV’s position as an international think-thank and as a leader in its field, creating interconnections between the various fields, such as academia, diplomacy, NGOs and the private sector.

Considering these goals, and reinforcing its position in the Brazilian and international public debate on contemporary issues, from next Thursday on (October 16th, 2014), the Center for International Relations will start a new channel, the Pocket Talks. This section of our website will provide a more immediate dissemination of the work our professors and researchers are currently developing via short interviews, as well as the opinions and analysis of its members on the most important international issues.

Therefore, you are all invited to keep up with the activities of the Center for International Relations at FGV, through Pocket Talks.

 

* The articles published in the column do not reflect the opinion of Fundação Getulio Vargas. Its publication follows the purpose of stimulating debate and reflections concerning the various trends of contemporary thought.

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14/10/2014
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