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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Secretary for International Affairs at the Ministry of Finance
"The Chinese rise will occur in a context of rivalries and enormous resistance from the West, which Brazil is a part of, generating permanent tensions. In this scenario, long-term partnerships, which can develop with predictability, will be highly valued"
Adjunct Professor at the School of Economic Sciences at the Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ)
"The great novelty in the multilateral system is the presence of China, which joined the WTO in 2001 and, is increasingly, becoming a leader within the world economy"
Secretary for Climate, Energy and Environment of the Ministry of External Affairs
"Sustainable development is the balance between the social, the environmental and the economic pillars. That is why each country has to think about how to take advantage of this agenda, how it will be favored by it and how to prevent it from interfering with its national development priorities"