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Brazil-Africa Relations during the Bolsonaro Presidency

  • Are India and Russia Drifting Apart?

    10.09.18
  • China Cannot Have It Both Ways

    02.18.18
  • America’s Burgeoning Influence Deficit

    02.11.18
  • BRICS Potentially Strengthens Trump’s Hand in Tackling Pakistani Support of Militants

    09.07.17
  • Want to Stop a Nuclear War? It’s Time to Rethink the Global System

  • The Promise of BRICS is Best Seen Through an Institutional Lens

  • The BRICS and American Global Power

    11.05.15
  • America Needs a New Approach

    10.30.15
  • America is Being Hit on the Head by BRICS

    04.18.15
  • Implications of Boko Haram’s Allegiance to the Islamic State

    03.07.15
  • Brazil Is Its Own Worst Enemy

    12.23.14
  • BRICS and the SCO: Let A Thousand Poles Bloom

    10.08.14
  • Al Qaeda’s Move in India Presages more Elsewhere

    09.05.14
  • Sanctions & the Dollar: A Fall From Grace?

    08.24.14
  • Rise of the Islamic State Signals a Changing World Order

    08.16.14
  • U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit: Focus turns to Africa

    08.01.14
  • Russia, the U.S., and Preservation of the Status Quo

    07.18.14
  • Dilma Rousseff likely to be Reelected, So Why are Brazilians Celebrating?

    07.07.14
  • Repentant “Tax Terrorists” and Other Signs of Change in New Delhi

    07.01.14
  • Marching On Moscow: Confused Strategies in Dealing with Russia

    06.03.14
  • Is the TPP an Extension of U.S. Foreign Policy?

    05.27.14
  • Latin American Liaison: A Pursuit for Indian Ascendency?

  • China’s Rotational Ruler Model

    07.30.13
  • India’s Dowry Culture

    07.30.13
  • Obama’s 2013 Africa Visit

    04.10.13
  • China’s Xi Jinping Seeks to Strengthen Relations with Russia and Africa

    03.22.13
  • Food, Disposable Income, and Rising Political Violence

    02.13.13
  • BRICS, the United States and Africa

    02.06.13
  • Somalia is Witnessing some Positive Momentum after years of Anarchy

    01.08.13
  • Democracy and Economic Growth: Part Three

    11.28.12
  • Democracy and Economic Growth: Part Two

    11.28.12
  • Democracy and Economic Growth: Part One

    11.28.12
  • U.S. Foreign Policy and Africa: The Next Four Years

    11.22.12
  • Heeding the Echoes of History as Global Leadership Shifts

  • U.S. and Chinese Interests on African Security

    11.02.12
  • Brazil as a Positive Force in Africa

  • Iran and the Non-Aligned Movement’s Struggle for Relevance

    09.01.12
  • Exploring Sino-Russian Relations: The Dynamic Partnership

    08.23.12
  • Is the Developing World Abandoning Iran?