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Minister of Foreign Affairs – Articles

Created: Wednesday, 30 April 2014 12:12 | Last Updated: Monday, 17 February 2020 16:42

Brazil: cutting emissions by fighting deforestation (The Japan Times – Oct 5th, 2015)

Mauro Vieira, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Brazil   BRASILIA – As we approach the conference on climate change to be held in Paris in December (COP-21), perhaps the most...

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  • 05/10/15
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The best path to peace (Folha de S.Paulo, September 27 , 2015)

Photo: Minister Mauro Vieira is received by President Hassan Rouhani in Teheran, September 13, 2015   By conducting a closer dialogue with Iran and other partners in the Middle East,...

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  • 27/09/15
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Instituto Rio Branco, 70th anniversary (Folha de São Paulo, April 19th, 2015)

The Rio Branco Institute celebrated its 70 years on Saturday (18). It is the third oldest diplomatic academy in the world, after the Academy of Vienna (Austria) and the Pontifical...

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  • 19/04/15
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Globalizing the Security Council (Project Syndicate, June 3rd, 2013)

Antônio de Aguiar Patriota BRASILIA – The 1945 United Nations Charter represented a historic breakthrough in the pursuit of peace on a multilateral basis. At the end of a global war...

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  • 03/06/13
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For an arms trade treaty (Folha de S. Paulo, March 18th, 2013)

Antonio de Aguiar Patriota Minister of External Relations of Brazil   The lack of international mechanisms to regulate the trade of conventional arms is a relevant factor in the...

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  • 08/06/15
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The right to food (The News, Pakistan, December 2nd, 2012)

The issue of food and nutritional security must be faced squarely, given the urgency of the problem. Hundreds of millions of our fellow human beings - perhaps even more than a billion - are...

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  • 02/12/12
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A green economy without poverty (O Globo, March 4th, 2012)

In June 2012, Brazil will host the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, known as Rio+20. The time is right: there are clear signs that the current development models must...

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  • 15/10/14
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Human Rights and Diplomatic Action (Folha de S. Paulo, September 9th, 2011)

Domestically, Brazil is committed to human rights, democracy, economic and social progress; and as such it fully integrates these values in its international actions.   In view of the...

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  • 15/10/14
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Governance must reflect global reality (Financial Times, November 15th, 2010)

A profound adjustment is needed in world governance.We seem to be stuck with structures similar to those of vast empires of the past, where decisions are taken behind closed doors by a...

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  • 15/11/10
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The Amazon is ours. It is not for sale (The Independent, October 31st, 2006)

Climate change is due only in small part to changes in land use, including deforestation Recently there have been frequent newspaper references to the interest shown by foreign individuals,...

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  • 31/10/06
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