Brazil’s Trade Diplomacy


In the most prestigious Brazilian newspaper Folha de São Paulo, Dr. Marcos Degaut, political adviser at the Brazilian House of Representatives and a Ph.D. candidate in Security Studies at UCF has recently published his newest op-ed entitled “Diplomacy out of Track.” The article talks about Brazilian trade diplomacy and the transformations undergone by the international trading system. Mr. Degaut states, “Brazil refuses to accept logic of the current trade flows and recognize that the new system is being gestated.”

Specializing in international relations, Mr. Degaut also participated in a new TV program produced by the House of Representatives in which he spoke about terrorism in Brazil. To understand this phenomenon, he shares his viewpoint on the subject and states, “Terrorism is not gun crazy or irrational, as we sometimes think. Terrorism is a rational and political phenomenon.”

You can find the link to the debate here.


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