LabGRIMA’s Event: I Seminar of Contemporay Geopolitics and International Relations

On September 26th GeoMercosur and the Laboratory of Geopolitics, International Relations and Anti-Systemic Movements (LabGRIMA) promoted the I Seminar of Contemporary Geopolitics and International Relations.

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Reckless Choices, Bad Deals, and Dangerous Provocations

Trump’s Foreign Policy Is in a Downward Spiral Toward 2020

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Xenophobia erodes South Africa’s leadership potential

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s inauguration, scheduled to coincide with Africa Day on 25 May this year, intended to highlight ‘government’s commitment to advancing the African agenda and to strengthening ties between South Africa and its neighbours’, according to The Presidency.

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Inscrição para programa voluntário 2019

  A Coordenação do Programa Laboratório de Geopolítica, Relações Internacionais e Movimentos Antissistêmicos, lança Edital de seleção

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How Not to Fight a Currency War

Branding China a “Currency Manipulator” Will Only Hurt the United States

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Russia’s G8 Return: Italy Likely to Say ‘Yes’, Germany, UK, Canada & France are ‘No’s – US Scholar

Donald Trump has again spoken out in support of Russia’s readmission to the Group of Seven. American researcher and author Dr George Szamuely discussed what impact the US president’s words could have on the rest of the G7.

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LabGRIMA Event: 1st Seminar of Contemporary Geopolitics and International Relations

The event will be sponsored by LabGRIMA/Federal University of Pelotas,Brazil.

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India: Why this economic slowdown is serious

Market-based economies thrive on hope and belief of profit by private entrepreneurs. In the times of negative market sentiments, the government increases its expense to bring back hope. But the Narendra Modi government’s hands are tied at the moment.

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China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ is threat to US in Latin America – US commander

Beijing’s decision to extend its ambitious multitrillion-dollar trade initiative to Latin America creates “security vulnerabilities” for the United States, said the chief of the US Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), Kurt Tidd

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The EU strategy in Central Asia

First, it is important to remember that the EU has a short history of relations with Central Asia. Its strategy towards the region was first introduced in 2007 and reviewed in 2015. It is less ambitious compared to the EU policy towards the six Eastern Neighborhood countries showing that, despite the strategic importance of Central Asia, the European Union …

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