Book chapter: Responsibility while Protecting (Oxford Handbook of the Responsibility to Protect)

The Oxford Handbook of the Responsibility to Protect Edited by Alex Bellamy and Tim Dunne 920 pages
246x171mm 978-0-19-875384-1
June 2016 (estimated) Also available as: eBook ...


Book review: Power, Order and Change in World Politics (edited by J. Ikenberry)

Book review:Power, Order, and Change in World Politics. by G. John Ikenberry, ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. 308 pp. $32.99
"Are the cycles of rise and decline of power and international order set to ...


Why China is the greatest beneficiary of geopolitical events in 2015

One of the decisive challenges when seeking to predict the future of global order is understanding the economic costs and benefits of being a hegemon. That matters because unless leading and underwriting international order ...


Entrevista: ‘Brasil deveria receber 50 mil sírios’

Ruth Costas Da BBC Brasil em São Paulo
A presidente Dilma Rousseff deve aproveitar seu discurso na ONU nesta segunda-feira para abordar o tema ...


Rumo à instabilidade global?

GV-executivo, vol. 14, n. 2, julho-dezembro 2
Oliver Stuenkel
O mundo está se tornando multipolar com o declínio da liderança dos Estados Unidos. É muito cedo, entretanto, para saber se isso aumentará as fontes de ...


Book review: “International Relations: All That Matters” by Ken Booth

Book review:International Relations: All That Matters. By Ken Booth.Hodder & Stoughton, 2014. 160 pages. U$ 12.99 (
Who gets what, when and how across the world? It is with this broad question that Ken ...


Nelson Jobim: Missão impossível em Caracas?

Dilma Rousseff indicou o ex-ministro Nelson Jobim para ser o observador do Brasil nas eleições parlamentares da Venezuela. O que esperar dele?
Conforme a Venezuela se aprofunda em uma mistura perigosa de ...


Our man in Caracas

As Venezuela slides deeper into a toxic mix of political instability, economic uncertainty and violence, Brazil's President has appointed Nelson Jobim, former President of the Supreme Court, Minister of Justice and Minister ...


The Refugee Crisis Presents a Chance for Emerging Countries Like Brazil to Be Players

by Oliver Stuenkel
The countries most affected by the Syrian refugee crisis are Turkey, Jordan, Iraq and Lebanon, home to more than 3.6 million refugees — far more than in Europe, ...


Why the 21st century still belongs to emerging powers

As I am finishing a book manuscript about how China, India and other large economies in the Global South are changing global order (to be published with Polity Press next year), several friends and colleagues believe I am ...