Terça-feira, 12 de Outubro de 2010

IPRIS Viewpoints 22

Keeping business in and politics out: Angola's multi-vector foreign policy

Vasco Martins

Angola must take advantage of the dynamics of its foreign policy and extract the necessary gains for its development. Aligning itself with the developing world would be a mistake, as it would open hostilities with other powerful interests. Hence, the country must remain open to the world without taking any partisan position. This means it must not become too absorbed with its growing power, but rather play along until the time to assume a position congruent to its national interests and identity arrives.

 

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Sexta-feira, 1 de Outubro de 2010

IPRIS Viewpoints 21

AQIM's hostage taking and the ransom dilemma

By Diogo Noivo

Hostage taking can only be solved by addressing the structural dimension of the problem. It is an enormous challenge with many potential roadblocks, but it is also the only way to offer a sustainable solution to the threat posed by AQIM.

 

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Terça-feira, 28 de Setembro de 2010

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Russia's energy strategy: Between keeping the grip on the European Union and diversifying into Asia

 

Philippe Conde

 

If as agreed Russia is able to enter the Chinese gas market by 2015, it will get the ultimate weapon that any energy exporter could dream of: great leverage over two big markets. Then, almost nothing would prevent Russia from setting energy volumes and prices, depending on its political will, in Europe and in Asia.

 

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Terça-feira, 7 de Setembro de 2010

IPRIS Viewpoints 18

ETA cease-fire: Handle with caution

By Diogo Noivo

The organization is going through its weakest moment in decades of terrorism, and negotiations are a natural step to take, as it allows the terrorist group to save face under the illusion that it negotiates because it wants and not because it needs to.

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