Segunda-feira, 30 de Abril de 2012

IPRIS Viewpoints 95

Paulo Gorjão and Pedro Seabra, "Guinea-Bissau: Can a Failed Military Coup be Successful?" (IPRIS Viewpoints, No. 95, May 2012).

 

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Sexta-feira, 27 de Abril de 2012

IPRIS Viewpoints 94

Pedro Seabra, "The EU and Angola: making up for lost time?" (IPRIS Viewpoints, No. 94, April 2012).

 

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Quinta-feira, 15 de Março de 2012

IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin: 2011 Review

Table of Contents:

 

Vasco Martins, "Angola in 2011: West Africa, Asia, and Security Exports"

Sean Goforth, "Brazil in 2011: Growing Pains"

Pedro Seabra, "Cape Verde in 2011: Turning Atypical into Typical"

David Zounmenou, "Guinea-Bissau in 2011: Between Stability and Uncertainties"

Kai Thaler, "Mozambique in 2011: Staying the Path"

Paulo Gorjão, "Portugal in 2011: The Downgrade of All Fears"

Gerhard Seibert, "São Tomé and Príncipe in 2011: Again Waiting for Better Times, With a New Old President"

Nuno Canas Mendes, "Timor Leste in 2011: The Prelude of a New Cycle?"

 

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Sexta-feira, 2 de Março de 2012

IPRIS Viewpoints 88

André Monteiro, "The EU and Emerging Markets: Portugal's Economic Partnerships in Times of Crisis" (IPRIS Viewpoints, No. 88, March 2012).

 

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Terça-feira, 20 de Dezembro de 2011

IPRIS Viewpoints 80

CPLP and Equatorial Guinea: Chronicle of a foretold membership?

Paulo Gorjão

The CPLP member states -- and especially Angola and Brazil -- wish to strengthen their bilateral economic relations with Equatorial Guinea, and benefit from its oil and gas wealth, as well as reinforce their geopolitical influence within the Gulf of Guinea. Unlike Angola and Brazil, Portugal's political and economic bilateral interests are of little relevance. However, Portugal will have to try to find a balance that embraces the interests and beliefs of domestic and external players.


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Quinta-feira, 6 de Outubro de 2011

IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin 23

Table of Contents:
Vasco Martins, "Angola's political deadlock: the impossibility of a two-way solution"

Pedro Seabra, "First impressions: Portugal and the UNSC eight months on"

Timeline of Events

 

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Quarta-feira, 17 de Agosto de 2011

SAIIA: Portugal and Angola

Intertwined Paths: Portugal and Rising Angola

Pedro Seabra and Paulo Gorjão

Since independence, Portuguese-Angolan relations have been constrained by their historical past and by Angola's own internal vicissitudes. However, the end of Angola's civil war in 2002, and the stability and national reconciliation process that followed, marked the start of a visible mutual effort in advancing the bilateral relationship. Although some past issues have been left unresolved, regular political contact between both countries' authorities has supported an increased rapprochement and created new opportunities for bilateral engagement. Wide co-operation avenues, an overall co-ordination in terms of foreign policy and extensive economic and trade ties have embedded the present strategic partnership in both countries' foreign priorities. In turn, this has also strengthened Portugal's position in withstanding competition from other international suitors in Angola.


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Segunda-feira, 11 de Julho de 2011

IPRIS Viewpoints 66

Angola's new focus on Africa rewards the relationship with Namibia

Vasco Martins

Angola's renewed reentrance into the African political scene appears to be moving forward without any substantial obstacles. Having announced in Nigeria its intention of embarking on a new phase by developing and solidifying relations with African countries, Angolan diplomacy was quick enough to match its words with deeds, seizing the opportunity of Namibian President Lucas Pohamba's trip to the United Kingdom to schedule a brief meeting with Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos, after being received by Foreign Minister George Chicoty.


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Quinta-feira, 7 de Julho de 2011

IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin 20

Table of Contents

Pedro Seabra, "Mozambique: leaning on a external defense umbrella"
Vasco Martins, "Timor Leste's bet on Lusophone peer-to-peer cooperation"
Timeline of Events

 

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Quarta-feira, 15 de Junho de 2011

IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin 19

Table of Contents:
Vasco Martins, "Angola reopening the African window"
Pedro Seabra, "Dilma's Brazil and South America: a lackluster start?"
Ken Westmoreland, "Strengthening Portugal's soft diplomacy"
Timeline of Events

 

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