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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.


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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