Founded in 2006 at the Business School of the Federal University of Bahia, the World Political Analysis Laboratory is dedicated to understanding and analysing the contemporary world order based on major social, economic, political, ecological, technological and cultural transformations. Since 2011, LABMUNDO has had two antennas that bring together specialists from Brazil and abroad in various projects: the Salvador antenna, at the Professor Milton Santos Institute of Humanities, Arts and Sciences (IHAC-UFBA), and the Rio de Janeiro antenna, at the Institute of Social and Political Studies (IESP-UERJ).
Cooperación internacional al desarrollo: entre solidaridad e interés Política externa e desenvolvimento no Sul geopolítico
Addresses the multiple dynamics of solidarity and interest involved in the international cooperation for development, a key political field in international relations due to its role of buffering international tensions and integrating several processes of reconstruction of the world order.
Analyses the foreign policy adopted by Brazil and South Africa from the common context of developing countries characterised by different forms of racism and social inequality in their historical and economic models.
Would there be a particular vision of countries from the geopolitical South in defining human rights, promoting development and cooperation, building their national identity and projecting their interests on international policy agendas?
This book integrates the agenda of debates on humiliation in international relations, identified as a structuring and organizing variable of the international order.
Four authors present the results of their PhD theses and seek to bring the analysis of the agricultural and agrarian universe to the centre of theoretical, conceptual and empirical debates on international relations in Brazil.
Foreign Policy, Regionalism and International Cooperation in a pandemic scenario: a project in partnership with CAPES Print.