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The Portuguese Institute of International Relations and Security (IPRIS) is a non-profit and independent NGO, based in Lisbon. IPRIS is an institution dedicated to research on issues of International Relations, with particular interest regarding Portuguese foreign and defense policies.

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Articles by IPRIS :

Dilma Rousseff And Portugal: Continuity In Cordial, However Distant, Relationship – Analysis

By Paulo Gorjão Dilma Rousseff secured a second term as President of Brazil with 51% of the votes in the

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Human Rights Council: A Central Pivot For The Portuguese Foreign Policy – Analysis

By Paulo Gorjao Since relinquishing a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council in 2012, the main goal of Portuguese

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Coming To Terms With The BRICS Bank – Analysis

By Sean Goforth The 6th annual BRICS summit, held in the Brazilian city of Fortaleza from July 15-17, went beyond

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Boko Haram: Time For An Alternative Approach – Analysis

By Gustavo Placido Dos Santos In May 2013 the President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, declared a state of emergency in

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The Dragon Looks West: China And Central Asia – Analysis

By Loro Horta In September Chinese President Xi Jinping visited four Central Asian countries: Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. During

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