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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Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs of the U.S. Government (1970-1976)
"As the largest economies in the international community China and the United States need to look for positive ways to move forward in the coming years. The problems in the field of human rights will not go away, and continue in other countries, such as India"
President of the Brazil-China Business Council (CEBC)
"I confess that it is very difficult to establish strategic objectives in an extraordinarily unstable environment such as the one we are presently living in. Brazil is always seeking immediate results."
Research Scholar at Harvard University
"We must, as soon as possible, overcome the 'diplomatic recession' relationship between Brazil and Argentina in order to resolve what is truly relevant to our societies"