*Articles (Peer reviewed)

21. Simulations and Pop Culture as tools to teach International Relations. Estudos Internacionais, 2020. (forthcoming) [In Portuguese].

20. (with Ana Paula Balthazar Tostes) Storytelling as a tool of active learning. Carta Internacional, v. 14, n. 2, 2019, 221-243. [In Portuguese].

19. (with Luiza Bizzo Affonso) The Role of Humanitarian Cooperation in Brazilian Foreign Policy as a Strategy of Soft Power (2003-2016). Austral: Brazilian Journal of Strategy & International Relations, v. 8, n. 15, 185-202, 2019.

18. (com Luiza Bizzo Affonso) O Papel da Cooperação Humanitária na Política Externa Brasileira como Estratégia de Soft Power (2003-2016). Austral: Brazilian Journal of Strategy & International Relations, v. 8, n. 15, p. 195-212, 2019.

17. (with Luiza Bizzo) The Politics of Humanitarian Interventions. Revista da Escola de Guerra Naval 24 (2), 428-455, 2018. [In Portuguese] 

16. (with Cristina Inoue) Active Learning Contributions to the Study of International Relations in Brazilian Universities. Meridiano 47, 2017. [In Portuguese]

15. (with Ana Paula Tostes) Theoretical Reflections on International Justice: Facing Hedley Bull. Revista Eletrônica do Curso de Direito da UFSM 12 (1), 237-254, 2017. [In Portuguese]

14. (with Yesa Ormond) “The United States And its Allies are on the Right Side of History”: the global war on terror and its discursive representations. Revista Mural Internacional 7 (2), 2017. [In Portuguese]

13. Brazilian Foreign Policy and Multilateralism: what to expect from the new government. Cadernos Adenauer, XVII (4), 45-59, 2016. [In Portuguese]

12. Policy Relevance or Epistemological Advances? Good signs for the Security Studies research field. Mundorama, n. 102, 2016. [In Portuguese]

11. (with Ana Paula Tostes) Brazilian international insertion trough the consolidation of norms of conflict prevention and protections of civilians in armed conflicts: possibilities from the Responsibility while Protecting. Revista da Escola de Guerra Naval, n. 21, v. 1, 2015, 63-82. [In Portuguese]

10. (with Gustavo Carvalho) Soft power, hard aspirations: Brazilian foreign policy strategies and the dilemmas of power projection. Brazilian Political Science Review, v. 8, 2014, 66-94.

9. The Mercosul Political Discourse: the binomial security-insecurity in the Brazil-Argentina Relations. Revista Sul-Americana de Ciência Política, v. 1, 2013, 77-90. [In Portuguese]

8. The Securitization of Mercosul: theoretical notes on regional security and the role of domestic groups on the stabilization and normalization of politics. Revista Mural International, Year III, n. 1, 2012, 37-44. [In Portuguese]

7. The Politics of Identity in the New Wars and the Social Construction of the Difference: some remarks on culture and identity. Revista da Escola de Guerra Naval, n. 17, 2012, 65-85. [In Portuguese]

6. Statebuilding through Liberal Means: thinking about challenges, contradictions, and the impacts of local and international players in postwar peace operations. International Studies Review 13 (3), 2011, 637-646.

5. (with Miriam G. Saraiva) Brazil: regional power with global interests. Dialogo Politico 4, dezembro de 2011, p. 99-119 (Argentina) [In Spanish].

4. The Syllabus Dilemma: combining theory and practice in an introductory course of Peace and Conflict Studies. Política Hoje, 20 (1), 2011, 7- 35. [In Portuguese]

3. Politics, Emancipation, and Humanitarianism: a critical reading of the English School over the issues of the humanitarian intervention. Contexto Internacional, 31(2), 2009, 319-349. [In Portuguese] 

2. The Impact of Economical Factors in International Security Theories. Relações Internacionais no Mundo Atual, n. 10, 2009, 63-90. [In Portuguese]

1. The Challenges of the New Wars to UN Peacekeeping Operations. Revista da Escola de Guerra Naval, 13, 2009, 94-117. [In Portuguese]


*Books

1. (Edited volume with Cristina Inoue) International Relations in Brazil: active teaching, active learning, and other stories. Campina Grande: Editora Universidade Estadual da Paraíba, 2018. [In Portuguese]


*Chapters in Edited Volumes

10. Disciplinary Dungeon Master. Capítulo para o livro Pedagogical Journeys Through World Politics: Adventures in Teaching, Jamie Frueh (ed.). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020, 209-218.

9. (with Soraya Fonteneles de Menezes). International Relations and the Sea: reflections on international institutions. In: Francisco Eduardo Alves de Almeida e William Moreira de Souza (eds.). Estudos Marítimos: teorias e métodos. São Paulo: Editora USP, 2019 , 123-150. [In Portuguese]

8. (with Rafael Zelesco Barretto). Remedial Secession as a solution for new armed conflicts: notes on theory and politics. In: Liliana Jubilut e Rachel de Oliveira Lopes (eds.). Direitos Humanos e Vulnerabilidades e Direito Humanitário. Boa Vista: Editora da Universidade Federal do Roraima, 2019, 151-176. [In Portuguese]

7. Contributions to Brazilian Foreign Policy from Conflict Prevention. In: Sérgio Eduardo Moreira Lima; Augusto W. M. Teixeira Júnior. (Orgs.). V Conferência sobre Relações Exteriores: O Brasil e as tendências do cenário internacional. 1ed., Brasília: Fundação Alexandre de Gusmão, 2018, 149-172. [In Portuguese]

6. (with Manoela Assayag). Simulations and Learning in International Relations. In:  Marcelo M. Valença e Cristina Inoue (eds.). International Relations in Brazil: active teaching, active learning, and other stories. Campina Grande: Editora Universidade Estadual da Paraíba, 2018. [In Portuguese]

5. (with Cristina Inoue). Teaching IR in Brazil. In:  Marcelo M. Valença e Cristina Inoue (eds.). International Relations in Brazil: active teaching, active learning, and other stories, Campina Grande: Editora Universidade Estadual da Paraíba, 2018. [In Portuguese]

4. Political Realism. In: Ricardo B. Weber and Cristiane Romeo (eds.). Manual de Teorias de Relações Internacionais. Forthcoming. [In Portuguese]

3. The role of International Law in the current upsurge of conflicts. Capítulo para o livro Might and Right in World Politics, Jan Woischnik (ed.). Rio de Janeiro: Fundação Konrad Adenauer, 2016, 39-51.

2. The Imperatives and Hazards of Humanitarian InterventionIn: Felix Dane (ed.). International Security: a European-South American Dialogue. Rio de Janeiro: Fundação Konrad Adenauer, 2014, 341-359.

1. (with Fernando Malta) The Amazonian borders and the South American regional integration. In: Clovis Brigagão (ed.). América Latina e os Conflitos Fronteiriços. Rio de Janeiro: GAPCon, 2010. [In Portuguese]


*Reports and working papers

4. (with Miriam Gomes Saraiva) Brazilian Foreign Policy and its International Aspirations: a project marked by its continuity. CEBRI Artigos, Vol. 1, Year VII, n. 32 p., 2012, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [In Portuguese]

3. (with Susanne Gratius) Urban Violence in Caracas and Rio de Janeiro: local and European responses. Initiative for Peacebuilding, FRIDE, 25 p., dezembro de 2011, Madri. Versão traduzida para o português

2. (with Leonardo P. Neves e Christiane Sauerbronn) Bolivia: the role of civil society. GAPCon Working Paper Series, 2007, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

1. (com Paulo G. O. Ramos) A Questão Nuclear nas Relações Diplomáticas Brasil-Estados Unidos. Série IRI Textos 26, 2004, 22 p., Rio de Janeiro

* Book reviews

2. Electing to Fight: why emerging democracies go to war. Contexto Internacional, 28 (2), 2006, p. 567-577 [In Portuguese].

1. Taming the Sovereigns. Contexto Internacional 27 (2), 2005, p. 465-478 [In Portuguese].