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Can France’s Christine Lagarde get Brazil’s support for her IMF bid?

http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Americas/2011/0531/Can-France-s-Christine-Lagarde-get-Brazil-s-support-for-her-IMF-bid
The Christian Science Monitor – CSMonitor.com French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde is ...



Failure to counter Lagarde’s IMF bid shows that BRICS are far from united

Making global institutions more equitable and legitimate is not that difficult – in theory. In the BRICS’ Sanya Declaration on April 14, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa vowed that “ the voice ...



Brazil should study more China, India and South Africa, experts recommend

http://www.senado.gov.br/noticias/agencia/internacional/en/not_1301.aspx
Brazil should invest in studying China, India and South Africa, according to experts who joined a public hearing on foreign policy of the three ...



Identity and the concept of the West: The case of Brazil and India

The Brazilian Journal of International Politics Identity and the concept of the West: The case of Brazil and India Oliver Stuenkel Download the text ...


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Uma chance de mudar o FMI

Sábado, 21 de maio de 2011
Por Thorsten Benner e Oliver Stuenkel
Em abril de 2009, na cúpula do G20 em Londres, europeus e norte-americanos demonstraram a intenção de parar de dividir entre si os postos de ...



Brasil deve conhecer mais sobre China, Índia e África do Sul, recomendam especialistas

http://www.senado.gov.br/noticias/brasil-deve-conhecer-mais-sobre-china-india-e-africa-do-sul-recomendam-especialistas.aspx
COMISSÕES / RELAÇÕES EXTERIORES 16/05/2011 – 21h36
O Brasil deve investir na ampliação ...


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India’s Afghanistan challenge

The geostrategic consequences of Osama bin Laden’s assassination are only slowly emerging, and Al Qaeda’s suicide bombing on May 13 in Pakistan shows that terrorism remains a potent threat. However, unless an ...



FGV creates Chair of Indian Studies

http://dint.fgv.br/en/node/1293
An agreement signed on April 7th by the presidency of Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) and the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), represented by Ambassador of India in Brazil, Mr. ...