The election of Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States is an example of the rise of conservative nationalist-populist governments in the world. Such a scenario challenges the very principles of Brazilian Foreign Policy, but also allows for new opportunities concerning the countrie’s expansion of influence for the next years.
In an effort to discuss these and other questions, the Brazil Initative of Elliot School of International Affairs/The George Washington University (GWU) will organize on April 17th, 2017, the seminar “Saving Multilateralism: The future of Brazilian foreign policy in the age of Trump”. The event will be held in the Lindner Commons auditory, at GWU campus, in Washington D.C. The BRICS Policy Center will be represented by the participation of its General Supervisor, Prof. Paulo Esteves.