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Brazil, an emerging power, a BRICS / Brazil, major producer of primary goods
- Diplomacy & Foreign Policy
About the programme
During the Global Order in Historical Perspective specialisation of International Relations you will review how power relations are structured, from the great power politics of global governance, to diplomatic culture in regional and national perspectives through regional and transnational groupings…
Africa has a population of 1.5 billion. In 30 years’ time, this will be 2.5 billion. The continent’s impact on the global economy, but also on the environment, will therefore increase drastically. Researchers from the African Studies Centre Leiden (ASCL) have been aware for decades of the crucial role…
Introducing: Karen Smith
Karen Smith recently joined the Institute for History as a lecturer in International Relations. She introduces herself.
African Studies Centre Leiden
Africa has a population of 1.5 billion people. In 30 years’ time, this will be 2.5 billion. The continent’s impact on the global economy, but also on the environment, will therefore increase drastically.
- Volume 10 (2015)
About the Programme
Learn the newest insights from the researchers who uncover them.
Introducing: Edmund Amann
Professor Edmund Amann will be the new Professor of Brazilian Studies. A short introduction.
The Post-Western World and the Rise of the Parallel Order
Lecture, Contemporary History and International Relations Research Seminar (CHIRRS)
Blog Post | An asset or a hassle? The public as a problem for public diplomats
It is undeniable that the public is central to the practice and study of public diplomacy. Indeed, this field is known as *public* diplomacy.
The Rise of Africa: Miracle or Mirage