On the occasion of the current presidential elections in Brazil, the Regionalism Observatory presents a special publication, the “Foreign Policy and Regionalism Dossier: the Government Plans of Brazilian Presidential Candidates in the 2018 Elections”, an exclusive edition that aims to analyze how foreign policy and regionalism are included in the programs of the main candidacies.
Through this collective initiative, the Regionalism Observatory aims to instigate reflection on foreign policy and regionalism issues and thus to contribute to the debate of such ideas, which is even more necessary in electoral periods. The Dossier, therefore, results in the publication of an informative content, interesting to professors, students, researchers, and professionals in international relations, as well as to the general public who seek to inform themselves about the topic.
The production is the result of the collaboration of several researchers, members of the Regionalism Observatory, who have contributed as organizers, authors, reviewers, and graphics editor. The group also relied on the support of its host institution, the Graduate Program in International Relations San Tiago Dantas (UNESP – UNICAMP – PUC-SP) and the Research Network on Foreign Policy and Regionalism (REPRI).
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Scientific Coordination: Karina Lilia Pasquariello Mariano
Coordination: Julia Borba de Souza Gonçalves and Lucas Eduardo Silveira de Souza
Revision: Angelo Lira and Clarissa Ribeiro
Design: Angelo Lira
Introduction – Foreign Policy and Regionalism Dossier: the Government Plans of Brazilian Presidential Candidates in the 2018 Elections – Observatório de Regionalismo – p.5-6
Ciro Gomes – Flavia Loss de Araújo and João Victor da Motta Batista – p. 7-12
Fernando Haddad – Emerson Maciel Junqueira and Guilherme Augusto Guimarães Ferreira – p.13-18
Geraldo Alckmin – Bárbara Carvalho Neves and Julia de Souza Borba Gonçalves – p.19-24
Jair Bolsonaro – Lucas Eduardo Silveira de Souza and Maria Luísa Telarolli – p.25-31
Marina Silva – André Leite Araujo and Beatriz Walid de Magalhães Naddi – p.32-36
Summary-table – Observatório de Regionalismo – p.37