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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 :

Disclosed: EU Vulnerability, Taking US Mass Surveillance Seriously After Snowden Affair – Analysis

By Bruno Oliveira Martins Over the last two months, a vast number of Mass Surveillance Systems (MSS) operated by the

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Business As Usual: Egyptian Military Kingmakers – Analysis

By Noureddine Jebnoun “Revolutionary coup”, “democratic coup”, “convenient coup”, “salutary coup”, “power change”, “popular impeachment”, “second revolutionary wave”, “corrective revolution”,

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Strategic Implications Of The War In Syria – Analysis

By Mohamed Mansour Kadah Syria bleeds and its agony is expected to drag on. It started in March 2011, when

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Georgia And The European Security Architecture Conundrum – Analysis

By Sandra Fernandes “(…) Europe is indeed a peninsula stuck on the end of Russia. However, given the globalized and

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Tunisia’s Security Syndrome – Analysis

By Noureddine Jebnoun On May 19, the Tunisian government banned Ansar al- Sharia (Supporters of Sharia), a Salafist group, claiming

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Democracy, Human Rights And Capitalism: Are They Truly Global? – Analysis

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By Mohamed Mansour Kadah The current wave of globalization, which began with the end of the Cold War, is by

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After Chavez’s Death: Is Russian Presence In Venezuela At Risk? – Analysis

By Philippe Conde The death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez on March 5, the same day that Soviet premier Joseph

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Portugal And Mali: An Unwelcome Minimalist Approach – Analysis

By Paulo Gorjão In response to France’s military intervention in Mali in January, the Portuguese government issued a statement acknowledging

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India And South Korea Relations: Past And Future Trends – Analysis

By Rajaram Panda The strategic history of India with the Northeast Asia remained disjointed for almost four decades since the

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Brazil And Mexico: Latin America In-Between – Analysis

By Pedro Seabra Are Latin America’s two largest countries partners, or rivals? As simple as the question may be, when

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