“If U.S. President Joe Biden wants the United States to lead the liberal international order again and stymie China’s rise, he would do well to remember that international order is not a monolithic entity but comprises different groupings of power that jockey for influence.”
The EU-MERCOSUR free trade agreement would represent the largest trade deal for both blocs in terms of number of citizens involved, but is likely to be a step toward less productive, more unequal and more vulnerable economies in both blocs.
Experts explored how Germany, Brazil, and India have been expanding their global influence in the shadow of the U.S. and China.
Ambassador Jorge Heine was recently interviewed by JSIA on the global response to COVID-19, with a focus on Latin America.
Professor Jorge Heine offered his perspective on Brazil’s deteriorating global reputation.
The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a discussion entitled “The Brazilian Elections: What are the Implications?”
Prof. Julie Klinger recently completed fieldwork in Yanomami Territory with BU Pardee School and Earth and Environment students.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses China’s future in Brazil as China continues investing in fragile, cash-strapped sectors such as energy and infrastructure.
Amb. Paul Hare discussed how institutional crises in Venezuela and Brazil will affect Cuba.
Senior reporter and editorial writer for Brazil’s Folha de S.Paulo, Fabiano Maisonnave, led the talk.
Pardee School Professor Julie Klinger has published an article in both English and Spanish on strategic minerals in Brazil.
Pardee School student Jessica Depies is studying – and dancing – in Brazil after winning the prestigious Boren Award.
A faculty member at the Latin American Studies Program has been awarded a prestigious fellowship to study at the University of Sao Paolo in Brazil.