Marcos Degaut

Marcos Degaut, Ph.D. in Security Studies by the University of Central Florida, is currently serving as Deputy Special Secretary for Strategic Affairs in the Office of the President of Brazil and Research Fellow at UCF. He served previously as Assessor to International Affairs in the Executive Office of the President/Brazil, Deputy Head of International Affairs at the Superior Court of Justice, Secretary General of the National Judicial School, Political Advisor at the Brazilian House of Representatives and Visiting Fellow in the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR). Dr. Degaut has published articles in highly-respected outlets such as Intelligence and National Security Journal, Armed Forces and Society, Harvard International Review, Rising Powers Quarterly and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).

U.S. Departure From Pax Americana: Paving the Way to a New Chinese Golden Age Under the BRICS Banner?

  ABSTRACT               At a moment when President Donald Trump’s “America First” isolationist rhetoric threatens to result in a voluntary self-retreat from an international system which...

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