SI#12 - Lula's Comeback: The Impact & Challenges For The Americas & Brazil's Foreign Policy Priorities
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On this episode we talk with Dr. Mohamed Badine El Yattioui who takes into a deep analysis of the recent, and quite intense, elections in Brazil. Following the very close victory and comeback of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, we explore the ever-present reality of ideological polarization, the political shift in Brazil and what it means for the relations with regional partners in the Americas as well as the country’s new foreign policy orientations and priorities.
Dr. Mohamed Badine El Yattioui is an assistant professor of International Affairs and Strategy in the CSGS at the American University in the Emirates. He is also the program director of the Master in Diplomacy.
He is a practice-oriented academic with extensive experience in areas of geopolitics, history of international relations, international negotiations, international political economy and international security. He taught in France, Mexico and Morocco.
Dr. El Yattioui holds a PhD with specialization in Political Science from the University of Lyon, and a master’s degree in International Relations following a degree in History from the same French university. Research interests of Dr. Mohamed Badine El Yattioui are related to geopolitics and international security. He is an author of numerous conference papers, articles and books. He has a number of successful media appearances (Morocco, Mexico, Colombia, Peru) on the above mentioned topics.
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