Matias Spektor


Matias Spektor is an Associate Professor of International Relations and runs the Center for International Relations at Fundação Getúlio Vargas in São Paulo, Brazil. Born in Rosário, Argentina, he grew up in the Brazilian state of Bahia and in Brasília. He holds a B.A. and a Masters in International Relations from the University of Brasília, as well as a Masters and a Doctorate from the University of Oxford. Matias is the author of several books regarding Brazilian Foreign Policy and U.S.-Brazil relations, including [ 18 Dias], [ Kissinger e o Brasil], [ Azeredo da Silveira] and [ The Origins of Nuclear Cooperation]. He writes a weekly column for Folha de S. Paulo, the newspaper, and spent time as a visiting fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, King’s College London and the London School of Economics. Spektor has founded the Center for International Relations at FGV, and he coordinates the foreign policy-related activities in the Oral History Program at the Center for Research and Documentation of Contemporary Brazilian History (CPDOC/FGV), which has interviewed former presidents, former Ministers of Foreign Affairs and ambassadors of Brazil throughout the world, as well as foreign ambassadors in Brazil. He is also involved with the Personal Archives program, which preserves personal collections from high-level authorities, such as former Minister of Foreign Affairs Celso Amorim's. Provided by Wikipedia
by Spektor, Matias, 1977-
Published 2009
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by Spektor, Matias, 1977-
Published 2014
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Published 2010
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