Author profile: Carlos Frederico Pereira da Silva Gama

Carlos Frederico Pereira da Silva Gama is a Professor of International Relations at Universidade Federal do Tocantins (Federal University of Tocantins – UFT, Brazil) since 2015. His main research interests include international institutions (the UN system, the BRICS group), Brazilian politics, comparative politics, foreign policy, human security, intellectual history, aesthetics. He was Vice Coordinator of the BRICS Policy Center (2010-11) and Director of International Affairs at UFT (2016-18).

George H.W. Bush and International Relations: A World in Motion After the Berlin Wall

George H.W. Bush and International Relations: A World in Motion After the Berlin Wall

The Bush years were marked by economic competition with rising Asian powers (Japan) and renewed institutional investments in Latin America after re-democratization.

Arrested Development: Brazil in a World in Crisis (2008-2018)

Arrested Development: Brazil in a World in Crisis (2008-2018)

Caught in the transition between competitive scarcity and competitive abundance the status of Brazil as an emerging power was left hanging in the balance.

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