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Lisbon Talks 2017/2018

13.09.2019

Esta publicação apresenta as sete Lisbon Talks realizadas em 2017 e 2018, incluindo um resumo das intervenções e debates realizados. Foram abordados temas como as transições energéticas, a democracia e resiliência, a fragilidade dos Estados, a geopolítica dos oceanos, as mudanças em Angola ou a política externa da China.


Lisbon Talk 2/2019 - The Geopolitics of Global Change

19.08.2019

This brief summarises the debate on the linkages between global transformations, geopolitics and the environment/climate change, held with SPECO - Portuguese Ecological Society on the 29th July 2019. Miguel B. Araújo, Helena Freitas, Bernardo Ivo Cruz and José Manuel Félix Ribeiro were the speakers and the session was moderated by the journalist Leonídio Paulo Ferreira.


Lisbon Talk 1/2019 - The 2030 Agenda: is it feasible?

22.02.2019

The 2030 Agenda is not only feasible but also achievable. This brief (in Portuguese) summarises the session held on 11th February 2019 in partnership with Camões - Cooperation and Language Institute I.P. and UCCLA - Union of Portuguese-speaking Capital Cities, with the participation of Macharia Kamau and Bernardo Ivo Cruz, and moderation by Cristina Peres.


Book: 3rd Lisbon Conference - Development in an Age of Uncertainty

19.02.2019

Read the speeches and summaries of the debates held at the 3rd Lisbon Conference, with a comprehensive agenda of major international themes that affect our societies and our future. From geopolitics to security, from globalization to the planet’s sustainability, from global development to European Union’s challenges.


Lisbon Talk 5/2018: China's Foreign Strategy and Europe

12.12.2018

China and Europe are divided by mentalities and approaches, but united by opportunities. This publication (in Portuguese) summarises the Lisbon Talk jointly organised with CCIP - Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, with the participation of Jie Yu and Paulo Portas, and moderated by Raquel Vaz-Pinto.


Lisbon Talk 4/2018 - Angola: which changes?

29.11.2018

Economic reforms entail political risks, but are crucial and urgent to respond to the huge challenges faced by Angola. This publication (in Portuguese) summarises the speeches and debate held at the Lisbon Talk organised with UCCLA, in november 2018, with Alex Vines, Luís Todo Bom and moderated by Ricardo Alexandre.


Lisbon Talk 3/2018: Democracy and Resilience

26.11.2018

In democracy-building and crisis, the response should be the reinforcement of civic-political participation. This publication (in Portuguese) presents the summary of speeches and debates held at the Lisbon Talk organised with the g7+, with Jorge Sampaio, Xanana Gusmão and moderation by Ana Lourenço.


Lisbon Talk 2/2018: Sustainability and Geopolicy of the Oceans

23.11.2018

Speakers emphasized that there is a long path from information to action, but young people have a crucial role in changing the economic and environmental paradigms. This publication (in Portuguese) summarises the discussions held at the Lisbon Talk jointly organised with the Oceano Azul Foundation, in which participated Paul Rose, Tiago Pitta e Cunha and moderated by Raquel Vaz Pinto.


Lisbon Talk 1/2018: Fragile States or states of fragility?

23.11.2018

The debate about fragility contexts has unfolded with the certainty that peace, security and development are closely intertwined. The publication (in Portuguese) summarises the speeches and debates held at tha Lisbon Talk jointly organised with the g7+, in September 2018. Jorge Moreira da Silva and Hélder Costa were the speakers, and Cândida Pinto the moderator.


Lisbon Talk 2/2017: Transições Energéticas

12.02.2018

The debate about energy transitions and ongoing geopolitical changes is important for a better understanding of the factors underpinning global development. This publication presents the speeches of Carlos Pimenta and António Costa Silva, and summarises the debates on energy transitions held in Lisbon in July 2017 (in Portuguese).


Book: 2nd Lisbon Conference on the Globalisation of Development

12.02.2018

This publication summarises the interventions and debates of the 2nd Lisbon Conference (both in Portuguese and English), held in May 2016, ranging from sustainability to security, from geo-economic reconfigurations to global trade, from the European Union's crises to Portugal's role in these challenging context.


Lisbon Talk 1/2017: Diplomacia Científica

12.02.2018

This is the publication of the 1st Lisbon Talk held in May 2017, focused on Science Diplomacy. The presentation of the European Commissioner Carlos Moedas ("The role of Science Diplomacy on Peace and Development") and a summary of the debates are available in this publication (in Portuguese).


Book: 1st Lisbon Conference on Global Development

12.02.2018

This book presents the speeches and debates of 1st Conference, held in 2014 (both in Portuguese and English). Among the issues discussed were the relevance of the North-South dichotomy, the impact of the financial crisis or the effect of emerging economies on the international system, the contradiction between the increase of the rich-poor gap and the reduction of poverty, as well as the challenges arising from security threats.



Lisbon Talks 2017/2018

13.09.2019

Esta publicação apresenta as sete Lisbon Talks realizadas em 2017 e 2018, incluindo um resumo das intervenções e debates realizados. Foram abordados temas como as transições energéticas, a democracia e resiliência, a fragilidade dos Estados, a geopolítica dos oceanos, as mudanças em Angola ou a política externa da China.


Lisbon Talk 2/2019 - The Geopolitics of Global Change

19.08.2019

This brief summarises the debate on the linkages between global transformations, geopolitics and the environment/climate change, held with SPECO - Portuguese Ecological Society on the 29th July 2019. Miguel B. Araújo, Helena Freitas, Bernardo Ivo Cruz and José Manuel Félix Ribeiro were the speakers and the session was moderated by the journalist Leonídio Paulo Ferreira.


Lisbon Talk 1/2019 - The 2030 Agenda: is it feasible?

22.02.2019

The 2030 Agenda is not only feasible but also achievable. This brief (in Portuguese) summarises the session held on 11th February 2019 in partnership with Camões - Cooperation and Language Institute I.P. and UCCLA - Union of Portuguese-speaking Capital Cities, with the participation of Macharia Kamau and Bernardo Ivo Cruz, and moderation by Cristina Peres.


Lisbon Talk 5/2018: China's Foreign Strategy and Europe

12.12.2018

China and Europe are divided by mentalities and approaches, but united by opportunities. This publication (in Portuguese) summarises the Lisbon Talk jointly organised with CCIP - Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, with the participation of Jie Yu and Paulo Portas, and moderated by Raquel Vaz-Pinto.


Lisbon Talk 4/2018 - Angola: which changes?

29.11.2018

Economic reforms entail political risks, but are crucial and urgent to respond to the huge challenges faced by Angola. This publication (in Portuguese) summarises the speeches and debate held at the Lisbon Talk organised with UCCLA, in november 2018, with Alex Vines, Luís Todo Bom and moderated by Ricardo Alexandre.


Lisbon Talk 3/2018: Democracy and Resilience

26.11.2018

In democracy-building and crisis, the response should be the reinforcement of civic-political participation. This publication (in Portuguese) presents the summary of speeches and debates held at the Lisbon Talk organised with the g7+, with Jorge Sampaio, Xanana Gusmão and moderation by Ana Lourenço.


Lisbon Talk 2/2018: Sustainability and Geopolicy of the Oceans

23.11.2018

Speakers emphasized that there is a long path from information to action, but young people have a crucial role in changing the economic and environmental paradigms. This publication (in Portuguese) summarises the discussions held at the Lisbon Talk jointly organised with the Oceano Azul Foundation, in which participated Paul Rose, Tiago Pitta e Cunha and moderated by Raquel Vaz Pinto.


Lisbon Talk 1/2018: Fragile States or states of fragility?

23.11.2018

The debate about fragility contexts has unfolded with the certainty that peace, security and development are closely intertwined. The publication (in Portuguese) summarises the speeches and debates held at tha Lisbon Talk jointly organised with the g7+, in September 2018. Jorge Moreira da Silva and Hélder Costa were the speakers, and Cândida Pinto the moderator.


Lisbon Talk 2/2017: Transições Energéticas

12.02.2018

The debate about energy transitions and ongoing geopolitical changes is important for a better understanding of the factors underpinning global development. This publication presents the speeches of Carlos Pimenta and António Costa Silva, and summarises the debates on energy transitions held in Lisbon in July 2017 (in Portuguese).


Lisbon Talk 1/2017: Diplomacia Científica

12.02.2018

This is the publication of the 1st Lisbon Talk held in May 2017, focused on Science Diplomacy. The presentation of the European Commissioner Carlos Moedas ("The role of Science Diplomacy on Peace and Development") and a summary of the debates are available in this publication (in Portuguese).



Book: 3rd Lisbon Conference - Development in an Age of Uncertainty

19.02.2019

Read the speeches and summaries of the debates held at the 3rd Lisbon Conference, with a comprehensive agenda of major international themes that affect our societies and our future. From geopolitics to security, from globalization to the planet’s sustainability, from global development to European Union’s challenges.


Book: 2nd Lisbon Conference on the Globalisation of Development

12.02.2018

This publication summarises the interventions and debates of the 2nd Lisbon Conference (both in Portuguese and English), held in May 2016, ranging from sustainability to security, from geo-economic reconfigurations to global trade, from the European Union's crises to Portugal's role in these challenging context.


Book: 1st Lisbon Conference on Global Development

12.02.2018

This book presents the speeches and debates of 1st Conference, held in 2014 (both in Portuguese and English). Among the issues discussed were the relevance of the North-South dichotomy, the impact of the financial crisis or the effect of emerging economies on the international system, the contradiction between the increase of the rich-poor gap and the reduction of poverty, as well as the challenges arising from security threats.