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Webinar 24/05/2024: Impactos das Tensões Geopolíticas no Oriente Médio nas Organizações

Os pontos de tensão geopolítica no Oriente Médio têm causas bem estudadas e conhecidas, mas suas consequências são imprevisíveis e podem gerar riscos de grande vulto para as empresas e suas estratégias de negócios. Essas tensões já existem de longa data, mas foram agravadas de forma exponencial após os ataques do grupo terrorista Hamas contra…
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20 de maio de 2024 0

New Policy Brief #19 “Russian Strategies and Brazilian Potential in Africa” by Juan Ramirez

“What lessons can Brazil and its companies learn from Russia’s African strategy? The 1st Russia-Africa Summit (2019) highlighted Russia’s plans to establish a holistic approach to African countries. The increasing presence of Moscow on the continent, along with the success of the second summit in 2023, points to the effectiveness of its anti-systemic strategies. Brazil…
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20 de maio de 2024 0

New Policy Brief #18 “Brazil in Focus: Would It Be Prepared for Cyberattacks?” by Mirele Thurmer Kuhn

“What are the impacts of cyberattacks on critical infrastructures in Brazil? It is understood that critical infrastructures are composed of systems that provide essential services to society and act in the most diverse areas that structure the national order. It is necessary to identify protection failures and produce effective solutions to resist attacks, since Brazil…
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16 de maio de 2024 0

New Policy Brief #17 “France, the Amazon and the self-interested instrumentalization of the Brazilian environment” by Nairana Bones and Caio Auler

“Why does France’s mobilization of the environmental agenda in Brazil consist of a practice of greenwashing? Brazil and France have the environmental agenda as one of the main axes of cooperation in bilateral relations.


19 de abril de 2024 0

New Policy Brief #16 “COP 28 and the impacts of Brazil’s renewable energy on climate risk mitigation” by Beatriz dos Santos Ferreira and Mônica Iha

“What benefits can the commitment to reducing greenhouse gases bring to Brazil? The 28th Conference of the Parties on Climate Change took place in 2023 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Its theme was the acceleration of the energy transition, aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in order to limit global warming.


19 de abril de 2024 0

CENEGRI-LABGRIMA-INTERISK- IIGS: Webinar Riscos Geopolíticos 26/03/2024

A necessidade de ter planos estratégicos eficazes implica que a alta gestão das empresas tenha uma compreensão de Riscos Geopolíticos. Embora o Brasil esteja afastado físicamente dos pontos de tensão, hoje, na nossa sociedade moderna, os eventos globais são interdependentes e interconectados. Portanto a distância física não vale mais. É primordial a compreensão das dinâmicas das…
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19 de março de 2024 0

New! Policy Brief #15 “Brazilian business mission will enhance economic relations between Brazil and Saudi Arabia” by Mateus José da Silva Santos

New Policy Brief #15 “Brazilian business mission will enhance economic relations between Brazil and Saudi Arabia” by Mateus José da Silva Santos


19 de março de 2024 0

New! Working Paper: Reflections on Two Years of Russia-Ukraine Conflict by Antonio Celso Ribeiro Brasiliano and Décio Luís Schons

Working Paper # 02 2024 – LabGRIMA UFPELReflections on Two Years of Russia-Ukraine Conflict


9 de março de 2024 0

New Policy Brief #14 “Geopolitical Unfolding in Ukraine: Perspectives on the Return of Refugees and Internal Displacement” by Wiliam Lima Mendonça and Izan Araujo

 “The conflict in Ukraine has culminated in large volumes of displacement of Ukrainians, which has been a survival strategy for those people. Given this context, the following reflection is important: What are the expectations of a possible return for Ukrainian refugees and internal displacement? These large volumes and different types of population displacement – refugees…
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3 de março de 2024 0

New Policy Brief #13 ” Russia-Ukraine conflict: 2 years of undeclared war” by Antonio Celso Ribeiro Brasiliano and Décio Luís Schons

 “To what extent do sanctions of all kinds, motivated by the clear violation of clauses in international agreements and treaties, have any effectiveness when the violating entity is a nuclear power? After the dismantling of the USSR in 1991, Ukraine became the world’s third largest nuclear power, with around 3,000 Soviet weapons”. (…)


3 de março de 2024 0