EVENT DISCUSSES EMERGING POWERS AND CONFLICT AFFECTED STATES
Paulo Esteves, general supervisor of the BRICS Policy Center, attended the meeting organized by George Mason University (USA), on march 14th and 15th 2016, which discussed the topic “Emergin Powers and Conflict Affected States”.
The first day of meetings was restricted to academics who had the opportunity to discuss the topic. The day after a public event was organized at the Brookings Institute, in Washington D.C., where some of the guests presented their research and/or analysis on Emerging Powers and Conflicts. These presentations were based on researches related to the following countries: China, Arab countries of the Persian Gulf, Brazil, South Africa, India, Turkey and Russia. During the presentations, were also discussed the way emerging powers understand and idealize the relationship between Development and Security, as well as the policies that these countries seek can differentiate them from traditional donors.