Por algunos años, en tanto Venezuela se hundía, Brasil dejó de ser un mercado emergente para transformarse en potencia mundial. Fue un espejismo.
Andrés Malamud (PhD European University Institute, 2003) is a senior research fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon, where he chairs the PhD program in Comparative Politics. He is a recurring visiting professor at universities in Buenos Aires, Milan, Salamanca and São Paulo, and has been visiting researcher at the Max Planck Institute of International Law (Heidelberg) and the University of Maryland, College Park. His research interests include comparative regional integration, foreign policy, democracy and political institutions, EU Studies, and Latin American politics. He served in the executive committee of the Latin American Political Science Association (ALACIP) and is the current secretary-general of the Portuguese Political Science Association (APCP).
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