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Year 2 • Issues 15 & 16 – June 2017






logo ue2This month’s Jean Monnet Supplement is a bumper issue, reflecting the work ongoing here in São Paulo within the Brazil-C-EU project. João de Souza Trigo comments on Brazil’s “Key Partnership” with the OECD and the importance of its eventual accession to the OECD as much for its internal progress as for its international relations in the region as well as globally. Next Ana Balbachevsky, Fernanda Rossin, Juliana Almeida compare and contrast the Presidencies of Trump and Macron in the context of today´s international order, while Lívia Radaeski analyses the stability role played by EU integration in the current political crisis in Macedonia. Julia Moreschi Silva comments on Brexit’s legal foundation and the resulting euro-skeptic and populist forces in the EU, and Caio Duarte reports on his recent research visit to Russia, funded by the Institute of Global Leadership, to investigate the Hermeneutics behind Russian nationalism and the annexation of Crimea. João de Souza Trigo begins with a comment on Brazil’s progress towards OECD accession.


Looking forward to the 9th “Jornadas Europeias” here at the USP from 25-27 June 2017, under the title of Regionalism under Stress: towards Fragmentation and Disintegration? Europe, Latin America and Beyond, the Brazil-C-EU project is organising two workshops: one on the theme of resilience in the EU’s Global Strategy, and the second on the implications of Brexit for the EU’s solidarity, peace and stability mechanisms. The deadline for the CALL FOR PAPERS is 31 August 2017: expressions of interested are already welcome: O endereço de e-mail address está sendo protegido de spambots. Você precisa ativar o JavaScript enabled para vê-lo.




Dr. Kirstyn Inglis
Visiting Professor & Vice Co-ordinator of Brazil-Caeni-EU Project







Call for Papers for the 9th Jornadas Europeias at USP, 2017

Brazil’s OECD accession and ongoing EU-MERCOSUR negotiations

The presidencies of Trump and Macron in today´s international order

Macedonia and good neighbourly relations

Exploring Article 50 TEU today

Three European Visions of Russia


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