The Hybrid Twenties: How US-Iran Confrontation Is Changing the Balance of Power in the Middle East and in the World

By Dmitry Suslov.  Having attacked Baghdad airport and killing Qasem Soleimani, the United States has again proved to be an extremely unpredictable and irresponsible global player.

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Brazil helped the US and Iran towards peace. Dialogue is the only answer

By Lula da Silva and Celso Amorim. As president and foreign minister, we always advocated peace. In war, all victories are pyrrhic ones The assassination of Qassem Suleimani by drone bombs, at the express request of the president of the United States, has thrown the Middle East – and the world – into the most …

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How to Avoid Another War in the Middle East

By Kelly Magsamen.  Killing the Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani may well have been the most consequential foreign policy decision of Donald Trump’s presidency. Its repercussions will be felt for days, months, and even years to come—but what exactly they will be depends on what the Trump administration does next.

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Brazil and Argentina: an Eternal Partnership by Charles Pennaforte

The creation of a political imbroglio by the Brazilian president with the new Argentine government is related to his low personal capacity to understand the economic reality between Brasilia and Buenos Aires and the anachronistic rhetoric of a “Cold War”, writes Charles Pennaforte, President, Brazilian Association of Geopolitics.

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II EPRI FURG-Sta. Vitória do Palmar: presença do coordenador do LabGRIMA

O LabGRIMA marcou presença no II Encontro de Pesquisa de Relações Internacionais (II EPRI) em Sta. Vitória do Palmar.

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