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Mauricio Metri

Mauricio Metri is Associate Professor at the Institute of International Relations and Defense of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil, and the Graduate Program in International Political Economy (UFRJ). PhD, Master and Graduate in Economics.

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August 6, 2022
The Deep Causes of the War in Ukraine: The World as Imagined by John Lennon About Fifty Years Ago

The possibilities of non-confrontation arrangements among nations lie more on diplomatic engineering of checks and balances that are able to tie up and suppress the violent behaviors of the countries than on the real possibility of eliminating religion, geopolitics, and capitalism.

April 15, 2022
From the Rapallo Treaty to War in Ukraine: The Western Policy Towards Moscow-Berlin Relations

The Biden Administration has been using the political, social, and ethnic contradictions inside Ukraine and the war itself to achieve many of his geopolitical objectives.

November 3, 2021
Fifty Years Since the End of Bretton Woods: A Geopolitical Review

Ironically, it was Stalin who was responsible for the economic reconstruction of Europe and the Bretton Woods system’s birth, Mauricio Metri writes.