Objective: To analyse the role of the different actors of international development cooperation (domestic and international, multilateral and bilateral agencies, state and non-governmental organizations, private foundations and social movements) in the construction of agendas and their contestation, programme implementation, definition and diffusion of norms. Experiences of North-South East-South and South-South relations will be analysed.
Objective: To integrate the different actors, different themes and a plurality of theoretical-methodological perspectives on Brazilian foreign policy. To identify niches of action traditionally not associated with foreign policy agendas, as well as government agencies (whether or not linked to the federal Executive branch), subnational entities and non-state actors. To analyse how Itamaraty reacts to these movements (institutional adaptation).
Objective: To compare the foreign policy trajectories and agendas of emerging powers (South Africa, Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Turkey) and their use of South-South cooperation. To analyse their policies in view of the reform of global governance (G20, UN, IMF). Based on their respective development models, multilateral experiences, domestic policies and regional integration patterns, to understand the forms and the reasons why they mobilize their resources of power, define alliances and coalitions (IBAS, BRICS).