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Civilizational dialogue – Great Powers and the Portuguese Role in a changing world

by David Garrido e Cunha Civilization is based on a concept of intellectual and cultural significance that we can date from classical antiquity. When we speak of Civilization, we immediately oppose it to the concept of barbaric or uncivilized – a term that designated in the western world, all those who, in the first instance … Continue reading

La pace in Mozambico: la mediazione italiana

Chiara Continenza & Martina Gastaldello, 2013 1. Il Mozambico: il lungo inverno coloniale. Le prime testimonianze di insediamento portoghese in Mozambico risalgono al secolo XVI: la potenza commerciale e marittima lusitana mirava infatti a creare una serie di insediamenti sulle coste africane funzionali al controllo dei traffici verso l’India e l’Estremo Oriente. Nei secoli successivi … Continue reading

International Atomic Energy Agency – Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Energy

by, Gustavo Costa de Pina on 2 july, 2013 Apart from a historical analysis of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the aim of this work is to try to understand its relevance and form of action today. Thus, in order to achieve this goal, historical analysis will be reduced to a minimum, and the focus … Continue reading