Dr. Marcos Troyjo 発表内容まとめ
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題目： 「The Rise of BRIC: Brazil's Stance in Contemporary and Future Global Affairs: with a special emphasis on the East Asia Region」
発表者： Dr. Marcos Troyjo
Colombia University, School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA)
モデレーター： キヤノングローバル戦略研究所 研究主幹 栗原 潤
The idea of "BRICs" (group of emerging nations that comprise Brazil, Russia, India and China) as a valid category for the analysis of present and future international relations, is a "concept-in-the-making." At the seminar, Dr. Marcos Troyjo, Co-Director, the BRICLab at Columbia University, a leading BRIC economist and social scientist, discussed how the rising BRIC, in particular the rising Brazil, will affect international relations, in particular in the East Asia Region. He talked about the future dynamics of BRIC-East Asia Region relations.
Dr. Marcos Troyjo is the Co-Director of the BRICLab at Columbia University, a SIPA special forum on Brazil, Russia, India and China. He teaches The Rise of BRIC at SIPA.
Dr. Troyjo is the founder of the Center for Business Diplomacy, an independent think-tank on global entrepreneurship. He holds a PhD in sociology of international relations from the University of São Paulo and pursued postdoctoral studies at Columbia University. As an economist and political scientist, he is an alumnus of The Rio Branco Institute (Instituto Rio Branco), the graduate school of international relations and diplomatic academy of Brazil's Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He undertook additional graduate studies at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government.
Dr. Troyjo is a lecturer in the graduate programs at IBMEC University, a Visiting Professor at the Centre d`Études sur l`Actuel et le Quotidien, Université Paris Descartes (Sorbonne), and a member of the International Schumpeter Society. He worked as a career diplomat and was Press Secretary at the Brazilian Mission to the United Nations in New York and Chief of Staff of the Science and Technology Department of Brazil's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
He is a regular op-ed contributor and commentator for print and electronic media outlets in Brazil and around the world. He serves on the Advisory Board of numerous for profit as well as not-for-profit institutions. Dr. Troyjo has been chosen one of "The Outstanding Young Persons of the World - TOYP" by the Junior Chamber International in 2004. Dr. Troyjo was the winner of the "Latin America Fellowship-2005" awarded by the Rt. Hon Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand.