CAIO PIZETTA TORRES holds a Master's degree in International Law from Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris. He currently serves as an advisor for the government of Rio de Janeiro within the department of International Relations.
After Lula’s golden years and Dilma’s overt indifference to foreign affairs, Temer represents a normalization of the country’s diplomacy
Brazilian diplomacy has a new boss. José Serra promises to revive the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which was left a second-tier institution under Dilma Rousseff’s administration
After impeachment proceedings advanced in Brazil’s House, Dilma Rousseff will try to win the power struggle in Brazil by winning the war of narratives on the international scene
Repercussions of a massive corruption investigation involving high profile politicians are damaging enough. But when it hits the most admired political leader, things get worse
Brazil's Foreign Ministry has suffered large budget cuts and limited hiring of new staff. It’s been left with a bare minimum of resources