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Propriedade intelectual: os novos desafios para a América Latina
Almeida, Paulo Roberto de;
Estudos Avan?ados , 1991, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-40141991000200012
Abstract: the emerging world order of intellectual properly protection while creating new and stricter multilateral rules for technology transfer, presents several challenges to developing countries. besides the burden of new additional payments of royalties from the south, it also would point to a restraint in the free flow of scientific and technological information from the north, perhaps a new kind of " technological apartheid". developing countries should start from within the adjustment the new order, probably by means of regional programs of technological cooperation, which southern latin-american countries are the best qualified to perform in the framework of the mercosul integration process.
A forma??o da diplomacia econ?mica do Brasil
Almeida, Paulo Roberto de;
Lua Nova: Revista de Cultura e Política , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-64451999000100008
Abstract: historical essay focussing the main trends of brazil's economic diplomacy, in special at its earlier stages, during the monarchic period. following a brief discussion of methodological issues linked to the study of economic diplomacy in brazil, the analysis centers on the relevant questions that mobilized the attention of the brazilian diplomatic establishment. appropriate consideration is given to elements of innovation or continuity between the economic diplomacy of the xix century and that of the xx century.
O Brasil e a constru??o da ordem econ?mica internacional contemporanea
Almeida, Paulo Roberto de;
Contexto Internacional , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-85292004000100001
Abstract: starting from the congress of vienna, in which only eight "christian" states assisted, through the hague peace conferences and the versailles treaty, mobilizing no more than two dozens countries, to the current uno system, virtually universal, international society has undergone a deep democratization in the last two centuries, even if the sources of political and economic power and its distribution among countries have been substantially maintained. this process of enlargement of the old "restrictive democracy" is mostly evident in the institutional rule making for the international economic relations, where multilateral organizations for technical and economic cooperation - among them the imf, the world bank and the wto - have a significant role in reinforcing the global interdependence among states. this historical essay follows the evolution of multilateralism, in the longue durée, with particular attention to its economic features, and examines brazil's international insertion in the world economy, as one of the few "peripheric" countries which took an active part in the making of "international economic order". indeed, brazil was present at the creation of most, if not all, intergovernmental organizations and took part in various multilateral conferences from the 19 th century to our times.
A economia internacional no século XX: um ensaio de síntese
Almeida, Paulo Roberto de;
Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-73292001000100008
Abstract: essay on the main trends of the world economy during the xxth century, stressing the structural and institutional changes of the first half of that period, the expansion and crisis of the international economy in the post-wwii and the main features of the globalization process of the end of that century and the beginning of the xxith (discussion on the structural inequalities among countries and societies). special sections of the work are devoted to trade (from liberalism to protectionism and from multilateralism to neoprotectionism), to international finance and exchange (from gold standard to gold-dollar standard and the overall flotation of currencies) and to the institutional structure of the international economy of the xxth century.
A democratiza??o da sociedade internacional e o Brasil: ensaio sobre uma muta??o histórica de longo prazo (1815-1997)
Almeida, Paulo Roberto de;
Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-73291997000200004
Abstract: from the congress of vienna, in which only 8 "christian" states assisted, through the hague peace conferences and the versailles treaty, mobilizing no more than two dozens countries, to the present uno system, virtually universal, international society has undergone a deep democratization in the last two centuries, even if the sources of power and its distribution among countries have been substantially preserved. this process of enlargement of the old "feudatory democracy" is mostly evident in the institutional rule making for the international economic relations, where multilateral organizations for technical cooperation have a significat role in reinforcing the interdependence among states. this historical essay follows the evolution of multilateralism, in the longue durée, with particular attention to its economic features, and examines brazil's international insertion in the world economy, as one of the few "peripheric" countries which took na active part in the making of "international economic order". indeed, brazil was present at the creation of most, if not all, intergovernmental organizations and took part in various multilateral conferences from xix century to our present times.
Never before seen in Brazil: Luis Inácio Lula da Silva's grand diplomacy
Almeida, Paulo Roberto de;
Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-73292010000200009
Abstract: critical assessment of luis inácio lula da silva's diplomacy, which departed from the previous patterns of the brazilian foreign service, to align itself with the political conceptions of the workers' party. this diplomacy has neither consolidated the position of brazil as a regional leader, nor attained its declared goal of inserting brazil into the united nations security council, although it has reinforced brazil's image in the international scenarios; but this was achieved much more through the personal activism of the president himself, than through normal diplomatic work.
Uma nova 'arquitetura' diplomática? - Interpreta??es divergentes sobre a política externa do governo Lula (2003-2006)
Almeida, Paulo Roberto de;
Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-73292006000100005
Abstract: assessment of the literature and discussion on the main issues of lula's diplomacy (2003-2006), according to three main groups of authors: "authorized voices", "sympathetic allies" and "independent or critical analysts". for each one of the groups, this bibliographic essay identifies key subjects and preferred arguments of main authors.
As rela??es econ?micas internacionais do Brasil dos anos 1950 aos 80
Almeida, Paulo Roberto de;
Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-73292007000200005
Abstract: historical essay on international economic relations of brazil since the 1950s up to the end of military regime, in 1985. important changes are observed in the main flows in trade and finance, within world economy. brazil keeps its defensive stance, in order to adjust to serious exchange restrictions and financial fragilities, a recurring trend during that period.
Uma política externa engajada: a diplomacia do governo Lula
Almeida, Paulo Roberto de;
Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-73292004000100008
Abstract: comparative essay, constrasting the foreign policies of fernando henrique cardoso's and luiz inácio lula da silva's administrations. besides the general features of each diplomacy, external policies and practices of each government are compared for a set issues of the international agenda, namely: multilateralism and un security council; wto, multilateral trade negotiations and south-south cooperation; terrorism; globalization and financial flows; imf and economic policy requirements; brazil as a leader; south america; mercosul; argentina; europe; relationship with the united states, and ftaa, with a final section on diplomatic tools preferred by each government. break lines are much more evident in the style than in the substance of brazilian diplomacy, which continues to show strong features of continuity.
Brasileiros na Guerra Civil Espanhola: combatentes na luta contra o fascismo
Almeida, Paulo Roberto de;
Revista de Sociologia e Política , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-44781999000100003
Abstract: this article analyses the participation of brazilians in spanish civil war, most of whom belonged to the communist party. the article also analyses the political and diplomatic context of the spanish conflict. it is based in an original research on primary sources, specially questionnaires and interviews with ex-combatants and their relatives as well as on available secondary sources. this research constitutes one of the first surveys of voluntary involvement of brazilian combatants in the military episodes of the spanish civil war, with emphasis given to their participation in the international brigades.
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