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About Oliveira

I'm a Social Scientist interested to study and provide analysis of global relevant issues. I'm bachelor in Social Sciences at Federal Fluminense University, and also earned Logistics degree from Paulista University and postgraduate in Business Management at INPG / Castelo Branco University, Brazil. For professional contact send an email to rrsoliveira@hotmail.com

China, Pakistan and India disputes

The recent history of Asia presents two crucial events which were observed immediately after World War II. One of them is the People’s Republic of China foundation on October 1949, as a result of a terrible civil war, in which … Continue reading

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Chinese Development and its Growth – An overview

Recently, during China’s 18th Party Congress, Chinese government defined the leadership of the Communist Party that will govern the country for the next 10 years. There was nothing new in the choice of Xi Jinping to succeed Hu Jintao in … Continue reading

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Afghanistan and its difficulties to reach peace after 2014

On October 7, 2001 U.S. troops invaded Afghanistan to overthrow the Taliban government and to destroy Al Qaeda. It was the beginning of the war on terrorism launched by George W. Bush in response to the terrorist attack on the … Continue reading

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The South China Sea Dispute. How to solve it?

In a paradisiacal region full of small islands warmed by hot weather for the most part of the year, but also subject to typhoons and powerful tropical storms, another type of thunderstorm is coming. It is a territorial dispute among … Continue reading

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