Scientific Research


Works presented by undergraduates in seminars and Scientific Research Events.
(Content in Portuguese)

BONACINA, Amabilly.
Civil conflict in the Central African Republic and its regional impacts (2017)
Work presented on the 29th Hall of Scientific Research of UFRGS.
Advisor: Analúcia Danilevicz Pereira. 

CASSEL, Rodrigo dos Santos.
India-South Africa relations: historical perspectives and the contemporary cooperation in Defense – (2016)
Work presented on the 28th Hall of Scientific Research of UFRGS.
Advisor: Analúcia Danilevicz Pereira.

CASSEL, Rodrigo dos Santos.
The military presence of Persian Gulf monarchies in the Horn of Africa – (2017)
Work presented on the 29th Hall of Scientific Research of UFRGS.
Advisor: Analúcia Danilevicz Pereira.

JUNG, Daiana Winter.
The chinese international relations: sino-african cooperation – (2016)
Work presented on the 28th Hall of Scientific Research of UFRGS.
Advisor: Analúcia Danilevicz Pereira.

LUBASZEWSKI, Natasha Pereira.
Lybia: strategic importance and regional insertion (1969-2011) – (2016)
Work presented on the 28th Hall of Scientific Research of UFRGS.
Advisor: Analúcia Danilevicz Pereira.

OLIVEIRA, Vitória Kramer de.
The entrance of Morrocco in the African Union – (2017)
Work presented on the 29th Hall of Scientific Research of UFRGS.
Advisor: Analúcia Danilevicz Pereira.

OPPERMANN, Alexandra de Borba.
The emergence of Angola as an african regional power – (2016)
Work presented on the 28th Hall of Scientific Research of UFRGS.
Advisor: Analúcia Danilevicz Pereira.

SERPA, Rafaela Pinto.
Development of an African collective defense policy for the promotion and maintenance of peace on the continent: analysis of the African Union peace missions  (2016)
Work presented on the 28th Hall of Scientific Research of UFRGS.
Advisor: Analúcia Danilevicz Pereira.

SERPA, Rafaela Pinto.
The role of the African Union Peace and Security Architecture in conflict management on the continent – (2017)
Work presented on the 29th Hall of Scientific Research of UFRGS.
Advisor: Analúcia Danilevicz Pereira.