is a researcher at the Centre for Social Studies and a PhD candidate in international politics and conflict resolution (University of Coimbra). She was a research fellow at the Centre for Studies on Security and Citizenship (Candido Mendes University).
Brazil’s rising profile in United Nations peacekeeping operations since the end of the cold war
Rita Santos ,
Teresa Almeida Cravo
31 March 2014
Aspiring to become a world power, Brazil has assumed a role in peace and security that is more consistent with enhanced international responsibility. Yet, as this report highlights, this transformation has been characterised by dilemmas that are a product of the country’s simultaneous legitimation and contestation of the international...