The Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI) is an independent think tank that contributes to building Brazil’s international agenda. For over twenty years, the institution has been dedicated to promoting pluralistic and purposeful dialogues on the international perspective and Brazilian foreign policy.ABOUT CEBRI
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Professor of Constitutional Law at the School of Law of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV/RJ)
"We know the difficulties we face and that is why we must exert a vivid imagination in the foreign policy arena"
Deputy Director of the Institute of Social and Political Studies at the Rio de Janeiro State University (IESP-UERJ)
"The future of multilateralism may be closely associated to the hegemonic dispute between the United States and China"
Director of the Center for Integration and Development Studies (CINDES)
"In today's world and in years to come, it makes no sense to have plurilateral economic and trade agreements without China. If China is left out, plurilateral agreements can have high costs for those involved"