Gustavo Plácido dos Santos, "Angola: Towards Supremacy in Sub-Saharan Africa?" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 8, Spring/Summer 2014): 23-32.

Mohamed Mansour Kadah, "Yemen: Land of Forgotten Battles" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 8, Spring/Summer 2014): 15-22.

Noureddine Jebnoun, "Changing Security Dynamics in North Africa and Western Sahel Region" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 8, Spring/Summer 2014): 3-14.

Chris Landsberg and Candice Moore, "BRICS, South-South Cooperation and the Durban Summit: What's in it for South Africa?" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 7, Spring/Summer 2013): 3-14.

Rajaram Panda, "India and South Korea Relations: Past and Future Trends" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 6, Spring/Summer 2012): 64-76.

István Tarrósy, "Two Giants on the Same Soil: A Closer Look at Afro-Asian Relations via Comparing Chinese and Japanese Involvement in Tanzania" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 6, Spring/Summer 2012): 52-63.

Mohamed Mansour Kadah, "Power Shifts and Power Diffusion: Implications on the Multilateral System" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 6, Spring/Summer 2012): 40-51.

Ana Cristina Alves, "China's Resource Quest in Brazil: The Changing Role of Economic Statecraft" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 6, Spring/Summer 2012): 28-39.

Pedro Amakasu Raposo, "Japan's Foreign Aid Policy and the Influence of External Factors: Implications for the TICAD Security and Political Role" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 6, Spring/Summer 2012): 16-27.

David Alexander Robinson, "Chinese engagement with Africa: The case of Mozambique" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 6, Spring/Summer 2012): 3-15.

Vasco Martins, "The Côte d'Ivoire crisis in retrospect" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 5, Spring/Summer 2011): 72-84.

Emil Souleimanov, "The North Caucasus Islamist insurgency and the (in)security of the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi (2014)" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 5, Spring/Summer 2011): 66-71.

Paulo Rigueira, "Sovereignty and human rights: external, internal and structural reconfigurations" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 5, Spring/Summer 2011): 37-65.

Jagannath P. Panda, "Beijing's Perspective on UN Security Council Reform: Identity, Activism and Strategy" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 5, Spring/Summer 2011): 24-36.

Pedro Seabra, "Japan and Lusophone Africa: tepid outcomes, greater opportunities?" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 5, Spring/Summer 2011): 9-23.

Aníbal Cavaco Silva, "The European Union: lessons from a crisis" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 5, Spring/Summer 2011): 3-8.

Mohamed Mansour Kadah, "United Nations: building legitimacy and maintaining relevance in a weakened Institution" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 4, Autumn/Winter 2010): 40-49.

José Amaral, Sara Martins and Rui Macieira, "All for one, as long as there is not one for Europe" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 4, Autumn/Winter 2010): 31-39.

Oliver Stuenkel and Jabin T. Jacob, "Rising powers and the future of democracy promotion: the case of Brazil and India" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 4, Autumn/Winter 2010): 23-30.

Sean Goforth, "Left behind: institutional implications of internalizing Chavismo" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 4, Autumn/Winter 2010): 14-22.

José Augusto Duarte, "West Africa and the European Union: key areas and possible responses" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 4, Autumn/Winter 2010): 8-13.

José Luís Rocha, "Cape Verde and ECOWAS: the challenges of regional integration" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 4, Autumn/Winter 2010): 3-7.

Pedro Seabra, "Lula's legacy to the world: Brazil on track" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 3, Spring/Summer 2010): 51-61.

Rafaela de Brito, "Climate change as a security issue in the European Union" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 3, Spring/Summer 2010): 41-50.

Sezer Ozcan, "Historical evolution of the Europeanization process of Turkey" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 3, Spring/Summer 2010): 33-40.

Diogo Noivo, "Turkish disappointment: How the European Union contributed to Ankara's new foreign policy" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 3, Spring/Summer 2010): 24-32.

Dario D'Urso, "Shifting Turkey: Ankara's new dynamics under the AKP government" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 3, Spring/Summer 2010): 15-23.

Vasco Martins, "The geopolitics of Abkhazia's sovereignty" (Portuguese Journal of International Affairs, No. 3, Spring/Summer 2010): 3-14.

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AUTUMN/WINTER 2009 -- "Explaining Today with Yesterday: Demystifying Nationalism in Russia", by Vasco Martins.

AUTUMN/WINTER 2009 -- "Hamas: Do Tactical Shifts Imply Ideological Changes?", by Diogo Noivo.

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SPRING 2009 -- "Prospects for U.S. Policy in the Middle East under Barack Obama", by Maria do Céu Pinto.
SPRING 2009 -- "India's Expanding Role in Latin America: Promises and Challenges", by Susana Moreira.
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