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Analysis & Opinions - Miami Herald

When Trump Supporter Bolsonaro Visits D.C., It Will Reset Brazil’s Relationship with U.S.

| Mar. 11, 2019

Brazil’s newly-elected President Jair Bolsonaro upcoming visit to Washington, D.C., could mark a significant step forward in relations between the Western Hemisphere’s two largest democracies. In February, Brazil’s Foreign Minister Ernesto Araujo’s trip to Washington previewed a broad reorientation of his country’s foreign policy that could bring Brasilia into much closer alignment with the United States in Latin America and the rest of the world.

Press Release - Future of Diplomacy Project

Future of Diplomacy Project Welcomes Nine Spring Fellows

The Future of Diplomacy Project at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs will welcome nine Senior Fellows to the Harvard Kennedy School campus between February and April 2018. All fellows will be actively engaged in Project programming, including chairing seminars with students, conducting research, and playing an active role in the intellectual life of the Harvard Kennedy School.

Strengthening the Liberal World Order

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Paper - World Economic Forum

Strengthening the Liberal World Order

| April 2016

The world order that was created in the aftermath of World War II has produced immense benefits for peoples across the planet. The past 70 years have seen an unprecedented growth in prosperity, lifting billions out of poverty. Democratic government, once rare, has spread to over 100 nations around the world, on every continent, for people of all races and religions. And, although the period has been marked by war and suffering as well, peace among the great powers has been preserved. There has been no recurrence of the two devastating world wars of the first half of the 20th century.

NOTE: This white paper is republished with peermission from the World Economic Forum, the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The views expressed in this paper are those of the Global Agenda Council on the United States and do not necessarily represent the views of the World Economic Forum or its Members and Partners.

Senior Fellow for the Future of Diplomacy Project, Paula Dobriansky

Bennett Craig, Belfer Center

Analysis & Opinions - The Washington Post

Putin’s anti-Obama propaganda is ugly and desperate

| January 4. 2016

Paula J. Dobriansky Senior Fellow at the Future of Diplomacy Project and former U.S. Undersecretary of State together with David B. Rivkin Jr., constitutional lawyer who served in the Justice Department and the White House under Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush. discuss how in recent years racist and scatological salvos against foreign leaders have become a staple of official Russian discourse.

As winter approaches, looking for US leadership in Ukraine

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Analysis & Opinions - The Hill

As winter approaches, looking for US leadership in Ukraine

| November 25, 2015

America’s interests and values align in supporting Ukraine.  U.S. support both bolsters an emerging Ukrainian democracy and demonstrates a willingness to assist vulnerable allies.  This is an opportunity for the U.S. to exercise leadership in a region of strategic and historic importance.