Brazilian Political Science Review

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 3, 2017

Brazil on the Global Stage *
(Stuenkel, Oliver and Taylor, Matthew M. (eds.) Brazil on the Global Stage: Power, Ideas, and the Liberal International Order. New York: Palgrave Macmillan US, 2015)Edited by Oliver Stuenkel and Matthew M. Taylor, 'Brazil on the Global Stage' brings...
Divergences between New Patterns of Global Trade and Brazil/Mercosur *
In the 2000s, South America was experiencing its best economic performance in 40 years, with reasonable rates of growth and macroeconomic stability, and important social advances such as the reduction of poverty thanks to a combination of domestic reforms...
Politics on the Web: Using Twitter to Estimate the Ideological Positions of Brazilian Representatives *
The academic interest dedicated to the Internet and to its impact on political and social dynamics has been rising steadily. From an initial focus on the study of the Internet as a holistic phenomenon, researchers around the world are increasingly following...
Regions and the Globe: A Spatial-Temporal Framework for Foreign Policy Analysis *
The literature on regionalism and regionalization has already explored the impact of global factors upon patterns of regional integration and socialization among states. The post-Cold War world is made up of regions, as different traditions in International...
Representatives of Whom? *
Representatives of whom?· (NICOLAU, Jairo. Representantes de quem?: os (des)caminhos do seu voto da urna a Cámara dos Deputados. Rio de Janeiro: Zahar, 2017)In the midst of one of the worst political crises in Brazilian history, UFRJ Professor Jairo...
The Role of Brazil in the Multilateral Financial System: An Analysis of Domestic and Structural Factors (2003-2015) *
In the early 21st century, some actors who used to be less influential on the world political stage came to acquire greater relevance. This is the case, for example, of Southern countries, private sector institutions, and social networks and movements...
The Solidarity Economy in South and North America: Converging Experiences *
In the past few years, the solidarity economy has attracted considerable interest both in the North and the South. Since the early 1990s, scholars and activists have highlighted new surges in these initiatives, stressing their element of reciprocity...
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