Strategic Diplomacy, Fractal Governance and the BRICS in the Climate Regime

Autores

  • Ana Flávia Barros-Platiau UNB
  • Niels Soendergaard UNB
  • Jorge Gomes do Cravo Barros MPU
  • Liziane Paixão Silva Oliveira Uniceub

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31501/repats.v1i1.9930

Resumo

In the context of the COP 23 outcomes, the puzzling question is: how to save the climate? Starting from the multilateral negotiations that led to the Paris Agreement in 2015 and the French-Californian initiative "Make our Planet Great Again" as a response to President Trump's declarations, this article states that diplomacy and international law have to be more adaptive and inclusive. The emerging order from a fractal governance perspective and the power shift to Asia show the need of opening up for effective dialogue and attracting the BRICS to the UN sphere, not the BASIC.

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Biografia do Autor

Ana Flávia Barros-Platiau, UNB

Professor. International Relations Institute/University of Brasilia

Niels Soendergaard, UNB

PhD candidate. International Relations Institute/University of Brasilia. PROEX grantholder.

Jorge Gomes do Cravo Barros, MPU

Geologist. Former technical advisor to the Union Public Attorney (MPU), environmental chamber.

Liziane Paixão Silva Oliveira, Uniceub

PhD in International Law, Aix-Marseille III, Professor at UniCeub, Brasilia, CAPES-BRASIL and FAPITEC-SE scholarship

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2018-09-18

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