Daniel Cardoso


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Post-doctoral fellow at IPRI in the project “Democracy in Times of Crisis: Power and Discourse in a Three-Level Game”. Holds a PhD in Political Science and International Relations from Free University of Berlin. He earned his Master’s degree in International Relations from University of Coimbra, Portugal. His research interests revolve around public policymaking, network governance and the interplay between domestic and international politics.

Research Fields:

Public Policy Analysis.
Domestic actors and institutions in foreign policy.
Network governance.
Foreign Policy of Brazil, China and European Union.

Recent Publications:

1. Cardoso, Daniel (2016), “Network Governance and the Making of Brazil’s Foreign Policy Towards China in the 21st Century”, Contexto International, Special Issue on Connecting Foreign Policy and Social Demands in Latin America, vol. 38, nr 1, pp. 9-44.
2. Cardoso, Daniel (2015), “Macau’s External Affairs: Conditions, Constraints and Possibilities”, in Ming Chan et al. (eds.), Macau in Coimbra: Highlights from the EACS’ 14 Conference. Lisbon: IIM, pp. 177-192.
3. Mendes, Carmen Amado and Cardoso, Daniel (2015), “Diversifying Channels in China-Brazil Relations: the Multilateralization of the Bilateral Relationship”, Song Yanan and David Ritchie (eds.), Chinese-Lusophone Relations – China and Brazil. Beijing: Social Sciences Academy Press, pp. 13-33.
4. Cardoso, Daniel et al. (eds) (2013), The Transatlantic Colossus: Global Contributions to Broaden the Debate on the EU-US Free Trade Agreement. Berlin: Berlin Forum on Global Politics.

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