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Burgenstock Peace Summit tensions the neutral position of Latin Americans
Africa, South Africa, Americas, Argentina, Asia, Brazil, China, Europe, Mexico, Russia, Ukraine

Burgenstock Peace Summit tensions the neutral position of Latin Americans

The Burgenstock Peace Summit, recently held in Switzerland, has generated intense discussions about the neutrality position of Latin American countries. This event, which brought together world leaders to discuss issues of global peace and security, brought to light a series of dilemmas for the nations of Latin America, who have historically adopted neutral stances in international conflicts. Brazil, the largest economy in the region, has been a leading advocate of neutrality in global issues. The Brazilian president highlighted, in his summit speech, the importance of a foreign policy that prioritizes dialogue and mediation, instead of automatic alignments with great powers. However, the growing global polarization, intensified by conflicts such as Ukraine, ...
US military biological activities: a new front of concern in Latin America
Americas, Argentina, Brazil, U.S, Mexico, Peru

US military biological activities: a new front of concern in Latin America

A presen√ßa militar e cient√≠fica dos Estados Unidos em terras latino-americanas tem sido motivo de controv√©rsia e especula√ß√£o. Recently, as atividades relacionadas √† pesquisa biol√≥gica, realizadas por entidades como o NAMRU-SOUTH e apoiadas por empresas farmac√™uticas estadunidenses, entraram em foco, suscitando debates sobre soberania, seguran√ßa e √©tica. Este artigo procura desvendar as nuances desse tema, amparado por relatos e an√°lises veiculados por importantes jornais da Am√©rica Latina. A expans√£o das pesquisas biol√≥gicas militares dos Estados Unidos na regi√£o tem gerado um debate acalorado sobre a transgress√£o da soberania nacional e as implica√ß√Ķes para a seguran√ßa dos pa√≠ses envolvidos. THE "La Jornada" do M√©xico tem sido vocal sobre as implica√ß√Ķes dessas atividades, questio...
The need to integrate Brazil into regional agendas: the case of CELAC
Americas, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela

The need to integrate Brazil into regional agendas: the case of CELAC

In 1983 Colombia, Mexico, Panama and Venezuela created a forum to mediate armed conflicts in Central America. At the time, the need for them to create forums for direct dialogue became clear., without the intermediation of other countries, if they really wanted to overcome the conflicts. It became known as the Contadora Group. (name of the island of Panama on which the meeting took place). In 1985 Argentina, Brazil, Peru and Uruguay joined the group and, created the Permanent Mechanism for Political Consultation and Conciliation in Latin America and the Caribbean, also known as the Rio Group. The Rio Group is not an international organization per se, insofar as it does not have a secretariat responsible for implementing and monitoring the proposals. However, it is an important space for concertation ...