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  • Bolsas de Investigação | PhD Research Fellowships
  • Eleições Presidenciais no Brasil | Brazil's presidential elections
  • Eleições em Itália | Italy's Election
  • R:I nº 73 | «Um retrato do Brasil de Bolsonaro»
  • R:I Special Issue «Chinese expansion: a considerable dilemma»
  • Mesa-redonda "A Europa e a Índia" | Round-table 'Europe-India'
  • A revista R:I encontra-se disponível para consulta on-line | R:I Journal now available on-line
International Press Brief

Brazil's presidential elections

Brazil will vote on October 2 to elect a new president in a scenario of strong political and social polarisation in which the debate between the two main candidates has been fierce and marked by violence between supporters. Polls indicate the advantage of former president Inácio Lula da Silva, but the incumbent, Jair Bolsonaro, promises he will "go to war" to stay in the presidency with accusations of electoral manipulation. Should no candidate reach 50% of the vote, Brazil will vote on a second round.

Italy's Election

The fall of Mario Draghi's Italian government on July 20th has caused a shock wave in the country and the calling of early parliamentary elections for September 25th. The polls indicate that the far-right Fratelli d'Italia party led by Giorgia Meloni, with neo-fascist roots, is likely to win in coalition with Matteo Salvini's Lega party and Silvio Berlusconi's Forza Italia.

Taiwan Crisis

Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan provoked strong protests from Beijing, which in response adopted a series of retaliatory measures, such as aggressive military exercises around the island and a media campaign promoting the "One China" principle, and aggravating the tense relations between China and the United States.



Working Papers

Working Paper n.º 63/2022
Demographic ageing: the rigidity of conventional metrics and the need for their revision
Maria João Valente Rosa, FCSH-NOVA & IPRI-NOVA

Working Paper n.º 62/2020
«Literacia do Oceano: Dos Princípios à Década da Ciência do Oceano»
Raquel L. Costa, Bernardo Mata, Patrícia Conceição e Fernanda Silva, Direção-Geral de Política do Mar



IPRI in the News

Um conceito estratégico para Portugal

Nuno Severiano Teixeira

Público | October 5 | 2022

Rainha morta, Rei e primeira-ministra postos

Bruno Santos Fonseca
Observador | September 30 | 2022

"A aliança entre a Rússia e a China vai reforçar a aliança entre os Estados Unidos e a Europa"

Interview with Carlos Gaspar
Diário de Notícias/ TSF | September 30 | 2022



Events

Open Call for 2 PhD Research Fellowships
IPRI-NOVA is pleased to announce the opening of 2 (two) Doctoral Research Fellowships. Applications must be submitted via email until October, 2022, and applicants must have a Master's degree in Political Science or International Relations.

Europe-India: Facing Crises Together, From the Pandemic to the Ukraine War 
Fundação Oriente and IPRI-NOVA, in partnership with the Institut Montaigne and the Ananta Aspen Center, organize this round-table on October 11 at 6PM, where European and Indian experts come together to discuss the state of relations between India and Europe. Admission is free.

Programme «Mapa Mundo»
Every Thursday, at 1.20pm, members of our team discuss the main international events with the journalist Ricardo Alexandre on the radio programme «Mapa Mundo», a partnership between TSF and IPRI-NOVA.

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