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IPRIS Policy Brief 5

por Paulo Gorjão, em 02.03.11

"Cape Verde and the Security Council: time for reelection?"

Pub: IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin 9

por Paulo Gorjão, em 05.08.10

JULY 2010 -- Table of Contents:

Vasco Martins, "CPLP and the politics of language"
Sean Goforth, "Brazil: The need for trade reform"
Kai Thaler, "Mozambique: Can Indian investments promote growth for both countries?"
Pedro Seabra, "Timor Leste: The ongoing struggle for a balanced foreign policy"
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Pub: IPRIS Maghreb Review 3

por Paulo Gorjão, em 06.07.10

Table of Contents:

Cédric Jourde, "The unavoidable power of the military in Mauritania"

Larbi Sadiki, "Democracy and EU Association in Bin Ali's Tunisia: Where to?"

Diogo Noivo, "Real reformism or political diversion? Saif al-Islam Gaddafi's role in domestic Libyan politics"

Anna Khakee, "How seriously does the EU take governance reform in Morocco? The test case of justice sector reform"

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Pub: IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin 8

por Paulo Gorjão, em 03.07.10

Table of Contents:
Vasco Martins, "Democracy: Angola's elite dilemma"
Jeffrey Laurenti, "Brazil's American challenge"
Paul Christopher Manuel, "Portugal and Spain: Are their backs still turned to one another?"
Clinton Fernandes, "The empiricist metaphysic and Justice for Timor Leste"
Paulo Gorjão and Pedro Seabra, "Cape Verde's role as a bridge builder: Is there political substance beyond the rhetoric?"
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Pub: IPRIS

por Paulo Gorjão, em 01.07.10

Diogo Noivo, "Jihadism in Portugal: Grasping a Nebulous Reality" (Real Instituto Elcano, ARI No. 113, July 2010).

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IPRIS Policy Brief 4

por Paulo Gorjão, em 25.06.10

Pedro Seabra and Paulo Gorjão, "Portugal and Angola: Ties that bind?" (IPRIS Policy Brief, No. 4, July 2010).

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Pub: IPRIS Maghreb Review

por Paulo Gorjão, em 08.06.10

May 2010 -- Table of Contents:
Derek Lutterbeck, "An appetite for arms? Libya's re-emergence on the international arms market"
Rachid Ouaissa, "Algeria's Islamists between inclusion and exclusion"
Tobias Schumacher, "Morocco's advanced status or 'the spirits that I called'"
Yahia Zoubir, "The unresolved Western Sahara conflict and its repercussions"
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Pub: IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin

por Paulo Gorjão, em 02.06.10

May 2010 -- Table of Contents:
Pedro Seabra, "Brazil and Iran: Praises and disbelief"
Paulo Gorjão, "Squaring the circle in Guinea-Bissau"
Aslak Orre, "President Guebuza's own microcredit program: Development failure and political success"
Diogo Noivo, "Portugal and the Arabian Peninsula"
Dennis Shoesmith, "Bringing the state to the people: Challenges facing local goverment reform in Timor Leste"
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Pub: IPRIS Policy Brief

por Paulo Gorjão, em 01.06.10

Vasco Martins, "Portugal and the new NATO Strategic Concept" (IPRIS Policy Brief No. 3, June 2010).

Pub: IPRIS Viewpoints

por Paulo Gorjão, em 13.05.10

Philippe Conde and Vasco Martins, "Russia's Black Sea fleet in Sevastopol beyond 2017" (IPRIS Viewpoints No. 15, May 2010).

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Pub: IPRIS Viewpoints 14

por Paulo Gorjão, em 10.05.10

Kai Thaler, "Mozambique and an African solution to the Zimbabwe stalemate" (IPRIS Viewpoints No. 14, May 2010).

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Pub: IPRIS Maghreb Review 1

por Paulo Gorjão, em 06.05.10

Neste número:

Editors' note
Tobias Schumacher, "The Arab League and the politics of irrelevance"
Diogo Noivo, "Libya's enfant terrible: New international context -- same old attitude"
Hakim Darbouche, "EU-Algerian relations need 'energizing'"
Mahjoob Zweiri, "Iran and North Africa: Between honeymoon and confrontation"
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Pub: IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin

por Paulo Gorjão, em 03.05.10

Índice deste número:

Alex Vines, "Angola: Changing with the times"
Sean Goforth, "Brazil and Russia at the crossroads"
Vasco Martins, "A peace-building mission is needed in Guinea-Bissau?"
Paulo Gorjão, "Portugal and China: Prospects of an asymmetrical relationship"
Diogo Noivo, "Portugal and the Maghreb: Latest phase of a new possible foreign policy axis"
Pedro Seabra and André Monteiro, "Portugal and São Tomé and Príncipe: Beyond oil expectations towards real cooperation"
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Pub: IPRIS Policy Brief 2

por Paulo Gorjão, em 06.04.10

This article is a first attempt of making sense of it all. Thus, it aims to review the facts in Guinea-Bissau so far and provide a brief prospective analysis regarding the chances of a successful SSR in the future. The first section describes the facts behind the military coup, as well as the domestic and international reactions, as they were expressed in the media. The next section assesses the possible implications of the military coup, namely regarding the future prospects of the SSR process, as well as Guinea-Bissau's commitment to the fight against drug trafficking. The third section provides a few policy recommendations regarding how the international community should react to the events that took place on 1 April. The article ends with a few final remarks. It is commonly agreed that the coup should not produce rewards and the perpetrators must be told so. Otherwise, the spiral of violence in Guinea-Bissau will never end. How to succeed in breaking this cycle of political and military instability, though, is the million-dollar question.

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Pub: IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin

por Paulo Gorjão, em 01.04.10

No dia em que ocorre precisamente (mais) um golpe de Estado na Guiné-Bissau, o IPRIS publica a nova edição do seu IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin. O índice deste número:

"Angola’s new Constitution: The old hegemony authorized?", por André Monteiro;

"Threats to food sovereignty in Guinea-Bissau", por Alexandre Abreu;

"Mozambique and Portugal: Is the Cahora Bassa issue solved, once and for all?", por Francisco Pavia;

"Portugal and the gas market of the South", por Paulo Gorjão;

"São Tomé and Príncipe: 12 oil ministers since 1999, but not a single drop of oil yet", por Gerhard Seibert;

"The Recurring Dilemma in Timor Leste: Tribunals or Trade?", por Kai Thaler; e,

"Brazil’s National Defense Strategy: At last, matching words with deeds?", por Pedro Seabra.

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Pub: IPRIS Viewpoints

por Paulo Gorjão, em 22.03.10

Diogo Noivo, "Presidency of the European Union: Maghreb as an opportunity for Spain" (IPRIS Viewpoints 13, March 2010).

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Pub: PJIA

por Paulo Gorjão, em 18.03.10

 Os artigos do número 2 da revista Portuguese Journal of International Affairs já estão disponíveis online. Ide fazer o download se quiserdes, ide...

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Pub: IPRIS Policy Brief

por Paulo Gorjão, em 16.03.10

Paulo Gorjão, "Portugal and the Security Council: Is This Seat Taken?" (IPRIS Policy Brief 1, April 2010).

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Pub: IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin

por Paulo Gorjão, em 04.03.10

Nova edição, aqui.

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Pub: IPRIS Viewpoints

por Paulo Gorjão, em 26.02.10

Pedro Seabra, "EU and Latin America: Reviving a Ten Year Old Partnership" (IPRIS Viewpoints 12, March 2010).

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