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Wolf Grabendorff

Wolf Grabendorff is a visiting professor of international relations at the Universidad Andina Simón Bolivar in Quito, Ecuador, and an international consultant. He was the founder and former director of the Madrid-based Institute for European-Latin American Relations, and has been the representative of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Colombia and Ecuador. His over 100 publications in eight languages deal mainly with Latin American international relations and security affairs.

Research areas:  Emerging powers , Latin America and the Caribbean

Publications

Cuba: reforming the economy and opening society
Cuba Car by @Doug88888 with CC license from Flickr Wolf Grabendorff 11 September 2014
Cuba is undertaking an internal and external adaptation process to ensure the survival of its economic and political model in a globalised world. more  
Grabendorff: Brazil – A "Secure" Partner for the European Union?
publication Wolf Grabendorff 19 October 2009
The EU-Brazil strategic partnership offers many possibilities for security cooperation but does not take into account the policy implications of Brazil's "southern" world view. more  

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