Vasco Martins, "Angola in 2011: West Africa, Asia, and Security Exports" (IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin: 2011 Review), 3-8.

Sean Goforth, "Brazil in 2011: Growing Pains" (IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin: 2011 Review), 9-14.

Pedro Seabra, "Cape Verde in 2011: Turning Atypical into Typical" (IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin: 2011 Review), 15-20.

David Zounmenou, "Guinea-Bissau in 2011: Between Stability and Uncertainties" (IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin: 2011 Review), 21-26.

Kai Thaler, "Mozambique in 2011: Staying the Path" (IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin: 2011 Review), 27-32.

Paulo Gorjão, "Portugal in 2011: The Downgrade of All Fears" (IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin: 2011 Review), 33-38.

Gerhard Seibert, "São Tomé and Príncipe in 2011: Again Waiting for Better Times, With a New Old President" (IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin: 2011 Review), 39-45.

Nuno Canas Mendes, "Timor Leste in 2011: The Prelude of a New Cycle?" (IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bulletin: 2011 Review), 46-50.

NOVEMBER 2011 -- Table of Contents:
Ruben Eiras, "Portugal, Brazil and CPLP: the road for Lusophone Smart Energy Security diplomacy"
Timeline of Events

OCTOBER 2011 -- Table of Contents:
Kai Thaler, "Black gold or black hole? Oil and development in Timor Leste"
Pedro Seabra, "Is Portugal rediscovering Latin America?"
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SEPTEMBER 2011 -- Table of Contents:
Vasco Martins, "Angola's political deadlock: the impossibility of a two-way solution"
Pedro Seabra, "First impressions: Portugal and the UNSC eight months on"
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AUGUST 2011 -- Table of Contents:
Sean Goforth, "Brazil: Dilma's dilemma"
Marina Costa Lobo, "Equatorial Guinea fakes reforms to enter the CPLP"
Gerhard Seibert, "São Tomé and Príncipe: in the third attempt and after twenty years, a former autocrat returns to the presidency"
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JULY 2011 -- Table of Contents:
Paulo Gorjão, "Portugal and the recognition of the National Transitional Council of Libya"
Kai Thaler, "Biofuels, agricultutal development, and food security in Mozambique"
Pedro Seabra, "The EU and Guinea-Bissau: always one step behind?"
Timeline of Events

JUNE 2011 -- Table of Contents:
Pedro Seabra, "Mozambique: leaning on a external defense umbrella"
Vasco Martins, "Timor Leste's bet on Lusophone peer-to-peer cooperation"
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MAY 2011 -- Table of Contents:
Vasco Martins, "Angola reopening the African window"
Pedro Seabra, "Dilma's Brazil and South America: a lackluster start?"
Ken Westmoreland, "Strengthening Portugal's soft diplomacy"
Timeline of Events

APRIL 2011 -- Table of Contents:
Vasco Martins, "Angola and the three Guineas: the friendly security provider"
Pedro Seabra, "From BRIC to BRICS: after the dust settles"
Kai Thaler, "Timor Leste and the g7+: A new approach to the security and development aid nexus"
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MARCH 2011 -- Table of Contents:
Sean Goforth, "Brazil's trade policy: toward triangulation"
Vasco Martins, "The armies of common language: CPLP's Felino exercises"
Pedro Seabra, "A road far from finished: Timor Leste and ASEAN"
Timeline of Events

2010 REVIEW -- Table of Contents:
"Angola in 2010: forging identity in foreign policy making", Vasco Martins
"Brazil in 2010: preparing for the dawn of a new era", Sean Goforth
"Cape Verde in 2010: a profilic year", Pedro Seabra
"Guinea-Bissau in 2010: still in the eye of the storm", David Zounmenou
"Mozambique in 2010: strength on the surface, but fissures emerging", Kai Thaler
"Portugal in 2010: punching above its weight", Paulo Gorjão
"São Tomé and Príncipe in 2010: promises and disappointments", Gerhard Seibert
"Timor Leste: recalling 2010, anticipating 2011", Reinaldo Saraiva Hermenegildo

FEBRUARY 2011 -- Table of Contents:
Sandipani Dash, "India's interest in Angola"
Vasco Martins, "In the loop: old age piracy in the Mozambique Channel"
Diogo Noivo, "Portugal and the Maghreb: Time to renew the vows"
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JANUARY 2011 -- Table of Contents:
Zacarias da Costa, "An overview of Timor Leste's foreign policy"
Oliver Stuenkel, "Dilma Rousseff and Brazil's foreign policy: big shoes to fill"
Maria do Céu Pinto, "Portugal's participation in peace missions: a dwindling foreign policy priority?"
Pedro Seabra, "A stabilization mission in Guinea-Bissau: the illusive panacea?"
Timeline of Events

DECEMBER 2010 -- Table of Contents:
Pedro Seabra, "Macaronesia: The latest wish in Cape Verde's bucket list"
Diogo Noivo, "Guantánamo and the WikiLeaks: A hand full of nothing"
Paulo Gorjão, "Portugal is no longer a foreign policy priority to São Tomé and Príncipe?"
Vasco Martins, "Angola: The triumph of the state and the failure of the nation"
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NOVEMBER 2010 -- Table of Contents:
Pedro Seabra, "Cape Verde's NSDSC: Adapting to a crude reality"
Kai Thaler, "Mega-projects, pollution, and divergent development models in Mozambique"
Vasco Martins, "Timor Leste: The frontline in Australia's 'boat' policy?"
José Carlos Matias, "The Macau Forum: China's charm offensive for Lusophone countries"
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OCTOBER 2010 -- Table of Contents:
Paulo Gorjão, "Editorial note"
Vasco Martins, "Angolan security and the State of the Nation speech"
David Zounmenou, "Guinea-Bissau: Still in search of stability"
Pedro Seabra and Paulo Gorjão, "Portugal and the UN Security Council victory: Now for the hard part"
Timeline of Events

SEPTEMBER 2010 -- Table of Contents:
Vasco Martins, "Reaching out for new beginnings: South Africa rethinks Angola"
Sean Goforth, "Brazil and Turkey: What do they want?"
Pedro Seabra, "Timor Leste's crippling coalition: Politics as usual?"
Kai Thaler, "The political economic problem behind Mozambique's riots"
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AUGUST 2010 -- Table of Contents:
Paulo Gorjão, "Portugal and South Africa: Matching words with deeds"
Diogo Noivo, "AQIM and West Africa: Can Guinea-Bissau become a narco-terrorist platform?"
Gerhard Seibert, "20 years on São Tomé and Príncipe has voted again for 'change'"
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JULY 2010 -- Table of Contents:
Vasco Martins, "CPLP and the politics of language"
Sean Goforth, "Brazil: The need for trade reform"
Kai Thaler, "Mozambique: Can Indian investments promote growth for both countries?"
Pedro Seabra, "Timor Leste: The ongoing struggle for a balanced foreign policy"
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JUNE 2010 -- Table of Contents:
Vasco Martins, "Democracy: Angola's elite dilemma"
Jeffrey Laurenti, "Brazil's American challenge"
Paul Christopher Manuel, "Portugal and Spain: Are their backs still turned to one another?"
Clinton Fernandes, "The empiricist metaphysic and Justice for Timor Leste"
Paulo Gorjão and Pedro Seabra, "Cape Verde's role as a bridge builder: Is there political substance beyond the rhetoric?"
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MAY 2010 -- Table of Contents:
Pedro Seabra, "Brazil and Iran: Praises and disbelief"
Paulo Gorjão, "Squaring the circle in Guinea-Bissau"
Aslak Orre, "President Guebuza's own microcredit program: Development failure and political success"
Diogo Noivo, "Portugal and the Arabian Peninsula"
Dennis Shoesmith, "Bringing the state to the people: Challenges facing local goverment reform in Timor Leste"
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APRIL 2010 -- Table of Contents:
Alex Vines, "Angola: Changing with the times"
Sean Goforth, "Brazil and Russia at the crossroads"
Vasco Martins, "A peace-building mission is needed in Guinea-Bissau?"
Paulo Gorjao, "Portugal and China: Prospects of an unsymmetrical partnership"
Diogo Noivo, "Portugal and the Maghreb: Latest phase of a new possible foreign policy axis"
Pedro Seabra and Andre Monteiro, "Portugal and São Tomé and Príncipe: Beyond oil expectations towards real cooperation"
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MARCH 2010 -- Table of Contents:
André Monteiro, "Angola's new Constitution: The old hegemony authorized"
Alexandre Abreu, "Threats to food sovereignty in Guinea-Bissau"
José Francisco Pavia, "Mozambique and Portugal: Is the Cahora Bassa issue solved, once and for all?"
Paulo Gorjão, "Portugal and the gas market of the South"
Gerhard Seibert, "São Tomé and Príncipe: 12 oil ministers since 1999, but not a single drop of oil yet"
Kai Thaler, The recurring dilemma in Timor Leste: Tribunals or trade?"
Pedro Seabra, "Brazil's National Defense Strategy: At last, matching words with deeds?"
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FEBRUARY 2010 -- Table of Contents:
Pedro Seabra, "Brazil: A long-term commitment with Haiti"
Kai Thaler, "Can political inclusion lead to reform implementation in Guinea-Bissau?"
Vasco Martins, "Marine management: Combating piracy in the Mozambique channel"
Diogo Noivo, "Portugal and ETA: A new pebble in the shoe?"
Nuno Canas Mendes and André Saramago, "Timor Leste: The difficult timorization of the police"
Paulo Gorjão, "Lusophone countries must devise a grand strategy towards the Security Council"
Gerhard Seibert, "Lusophone countries ready to accept Obiang dictatorship"
Shiguenoli Miyamoto, "Brazil and the CPLP: Discourse and practice"
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JANUARY 2010 -- Table of Contents:
André Monteiro, "Angola: Cabinda's miscalculations"
Vasco Martins, "BRICing Angola: Russia steps in"
Marina Biancalana, "Brazil: A partner for the development of Angola and Mozambique"
Carlos Veiga, "Cape Verde: An urgent change of government is needed"
Kai Thaler, "Mozambique: Dhlakama's despair is nation's gain"
Paulo Gorjão, "The end of a cycle: Rebalancing and redefining of portugal's foreign policy"
Gerhard Seibert, "São Tomé and Príncipe: Particularities of the presidential party"
Leonardo Paz Neves, "Obstacles on the way up: Brazil, the clay footed Colossus"
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DECEMBER 2009 -- Table of Contents:
Paulo Gorjão, "Is oil Angola's goose that lays golden eggs?"
Marcelo Valença, "Brazil: Inevitable choices"
Paulo Roberto de Almeida, "The diplomacy of Lula's government: Political foundations and agenda priorities"
Inácio Valentim, "Guinea-Bissau: From ashes to uncertainty"
Pedro Seabra, "São Tomé: Fradique's dangerous gamble"
André Monteiro, "Security Sector Reform handbook facing reality in Timor Leste"
Cláudia Kover, "Portugal and the Lisbon Treaty: And on we go!"
Timeline of Events
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NOVEMBER 2009 -- Table of Contents:
André Monteiro, "All-in on Angola's future Constitution: The presidential election stake"
João Domingues, "Brazil and the Middle East: The new kid on the block?"
Diogo Noivo, "Mozambique: Yet to accomplish the one and two-turnover tests"
Paulo Gorjão, "Timor Leste: An amnesty is needed, once and for all"
Pedro Seabra, "AFRICOM: No place to call home?"
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