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Celso Amorim speaks at CRP on Brazilian Foreign Policy in the 21st Century

last modified Nov 15, 2015 08:00 PM

The former Brazilian Minister of Foreign Relations and Defence, Celso Amorim, visited the Centre for Rising Powers  on Thursday 5 November to give a public lecture on Brazilian Foreign Policy in the 21st Century

Having led some of Brazil’s most defining moments on the international stage in the last two decades, Minister Amorim shared his reflections on the most important highlights of Brazilian foreign policy during his period in office. He particularly drew attention to the role played by Brazil in the creation of the G20, its bridging role between key actors in the Arab world, and gave an outlook on the implications that stem from Brazil's rise in the international system.

Photography by Peter Nixon.

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