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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Minister of Development, Industry and Trade (2016-2019)
"Biden has a very important role, but there are limitations because he will face a country divided in relation to society, government and parties"
Distinguished Fellow at the Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils
"For multilateralism, the crisis represented a new understanding of the need for cooperation among countries"
Foreign Minister (1992/2001-2003) and Minister of Development, Industry and Trade (1999)
"In the 21st century, the intensification of changes in the international scenario, the impact of centrifugal forces, the displacement of the economic vitality from the Atlantic to the Pacific, the new role of emerging economies, and scientific and technological innovations provided a multipolarity, which compromised the multilateralism cooperation diplomacy"