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Expansion of the security council and the Brazilian position: a game of global interests
Americas, Asia, Brazil, China, U.S, Europe, France, UK, Russia, Global Themes

Expansion of the security council and the Brazilian position: a game of global interests

Brazil, in a bold diplomatic initiative, recently proposed significant changes to the structure of the UN Security Council, calling for the end of the veto power (at least temporarily) and the inclusion of eleven new permanent members. This movement reflects not only a search for greater recognition of Brazil on the international stage, but also an attempt to reform a structure that many see as obsolete and not representative of current geopolitical reality. The Brazilian proposition, according to sources such as the UOL portal, suggests that the suspension of the veto power, a prerogative of the five current permanent members (U.S, UK, France, China and Russia), whether for a period of 15 years. The argument is that this would allow for more decision-making..
500 days of war in ukraine
Americas, Asia, China, U.S, Europe, UK, Russia, Ukraine

500 days of war in ukraine

Today, complete each other 500 days since Russian troops crossed Ukrainian borders, in 24 February of last year, in what they predicted would be a fulminating military action, with which they hoped to defeat the Ukrainian army, removing President Zelensky from power and replacing him with a ruler “friendly” to the Russian regime. The Russian invasion is blatantly illegal. Contrary, not minimum, three instruments of International Law to which the country is a signatory. The first is the UN Charter, specifically as provided for in no. 4 of article 2, which provides that “Members (da him) shall avoid in their international relations the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political dependence of any State.”. The second is the Budapest Memorandum, of 1994, in which...
Amazonia is just one of the world's problems: each has its own
Americas, Brazil, Europe, UK

Amazonia is just one of the world's problems: each has its own

The UK has expressed concerns about the situation in the Amazon on a number of fronts., including environmental and human rights issues. Regarding environmental issues, the UK has expressed concerns about environmental degradation in the Amazon region due to deforestation and climate change. The Amazon is considered one of the main lungs of the world, and its destruction could have serious effects on the global climate. The UK has been pressuring Brazil to take action to tackle deforestation and climate change, and has provided technical and financial assistance to help the country in these efforts.. Besides that, the UK has raised concerns about human rights in the Amazon region, including violence against indigenous peoples..
The role of renewable energy in the energy crisis
Europe, France, International Organizations, UK, Russia, European Union

The role of renewable energy in the energy crisis

By Ana Luisa Munhoz Mastromauro and Maíra Figueredo Gomes “The energy crisis can be a turning point to accelerate clean sources and to form a sustainable and secure energy system”, said Faith Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency (AIE), in september 2022. Faith also stated that renewable energy capacity and installation is being accelerated in many countries across Europe., with the aim of lowering the value and cutting the licensing of Russian gas, being these consequences of the war with Ukraine. Firstly, it is noteworthy that this confrontation made energy security an increasingly frequent agenda, after all, hindering the respect for otherness so necessary for the coexistence between nations, being the world's second largest exporter of natural gas, was responsible for half of imports..
What will happen if the sale of French nuclear energy to Europe is stopped?
Europe, France, Italy, UK

What will happen if the sale of French nuclear energy to Europe is stopped?

French Electricity - Usina Dampierre-en-Burly, France. Photo by Reuters By Bárbara Daguer and Gabriela Delgado France is responsible for the second largest production of nuclear energy in the world, second only to the United States (FIEP, 2011). Explaining in a simple way, energy comes from the nucleus of atoms, being the smallest particles of any matter. Depending on the element used, the formation or destruction of a particle releases enormous amounts of energy. About 70% of the energy base of this country located in Western Europe is originated by atomic energy (DW, 2022). Despite being considered an extremely clean energy, for not releasing CO2 and no toxic waste, some European countries are choosing to ditch nuclear power, due to problems...
The possession of King Charles III in the British monarchy and its impacts
Europe, UK

The possession of King Charles III in the British monarchy and its impacts

Julian Simmonds/AFP By Lais Pieruccetti and Vitória Dotto In day 10 September 2022, Charles III, to the 73 years, was officially proclaimed the new monarch of the United Kingdom, opening a new era in the history of a country that says goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II, your mother, guide and symbol of stability for seven decades. The Queen has established herself as a very active and participatory head of state in public affairs., and the current monarch declared to be deeply aware of the great heritage, of the duties and weighty responsibilities of sovereignty, which are now transmitted. Fundamentally, it is necessary to highlight the challenges of this transition in the british monarchy. No English sovereign took so long to assume the throne, e o rei Charles III, still need to face...
UK shortages post Brexit
Europe, International Organizations, UK, European Union

UK shortages post Brexit

By Pedro Gerhardt Corrêa and Priscila Cesarino Taddone Since the UK's departure from the European Union in 2018, several changes took over the configuration of the island, now without block support. Even so, the United Kingdom did not join with other countries in economic agreements in order to gain customs benefits similar to those they had when they were part of the European bloc. The current situation culminated in the shortage of food and raw materials, that affected the whole island, having as main represented the gas, the commodities and the drinks. Although the problem cannot have its causes attributed only to Brexit, It is noteworthy that this exponentially increased tariffs for products entering the UK and coming from EU member countries. A pandemi...
The new US military alliance, UK and Australia
Americas, Asia, Australia, China, U.S, Europe, Oceania, UK

The new US military alliance, UK and Australia

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, US President Joe Biden and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (Photo montage) In day 15 of September, a statement made by President Joe Biden, with the virtual participation of British prime ministers, Boris Johnson, and Australian, Scott Morrison, caused protests from China and indignation in France: US and UK agreed to transfer to Australia the technology needed for the local production of nuclear-powered submarines. Chinese protests are understandable. After all, although the name of China was not mentioned at any time, it is obvious that Australia's possession of nuclear submarines is intended to contain the emerging Asian power, holder of the largest navy in the world in quantity of half....
Outbreaks of separatist movements in Scotland
Europe, UK

Outbreaks of separatist movements in Scotland

Por Pedro Gerhardt Corrêa e Priscilla Cesarino Taddone A saída do Reino Unido da União Europeia, with the Brexit movement, culminated in greater fervor on the part of Scots to leave the Union in the future.. although in 2014 a referendum was held in which Scotland took a stand against the withdrawal of the United Kingdom, after Brexit, the country questioned the decision to remain in the Union. Since its incorporation in the UK, Scotland is known to have been cultivating separatist ideals and feelings regarding its permanence in the political union.. this happens, so much for historical facts, and for reasons of social and political interests. Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon, which has openly separatist intentions, demonstrou apoio ao referendo que poderá possibilitar a saída ...
“Scox” is in sight! or is it not?
Scotland, Europe, UK

“Scox” is in sight! or is it not?

In day 6 of April, Scots went to the polls to form the composition of parliament. The separatist Scottish National Party (SNP), the same as current Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who yielded a fourth consecutive term for the party with that victory, got a total of 64 chairs of 129 existing no parliament. The also separatist Scottish Green Party managed to 8 chairs, thus forming a block 72 pro-independence parliamentarians, whose main platform is the exit from the United Kingdom and the return to the European Union. Scotland's Prime Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, called British Prime Minister Boris Johnson shortly after the result, in the phone call she told him that now the independence referendum is a matter of when and not if, He also stated that....