Source: Resume in Portuguese posted to CNpQ (Brazil)
Born Buenos Aires, 1948. Emigrated to Brazil in 1976. Naturalized Brazilian citizen, 1989. Related to Argentine presidente General [Roberto Carlos Viola] (source needed).
- B.A. University of Buenos Aires (1971).
- Specialization in Research Methodology (UBA, 1972).
- Specialization in International Relations ([Bariloche Foundation], Argentina, 1976).
- M.A, University of Campinas (São Paulo, Brazil, 1978).
- Doctorate, Political Science, University of São Paulo (1982).
- Post-doc, International Political Economy, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1991.
Academic and Research Posts
- Professor, International Relations, University of Brasília (UBr, 1993-present).
- Professor, UBr Center for Sustainable Development (1993-2003).
- Academic coordinator, Research and Development Network for International Relations and Climate Changes (SW translation: CPTEC/INPE), 2009-present.
- Member, evaluation committee, CAPES
- Member, advisory council, Centro para la Apertura e Integracion de America Latina (CADAL, Buenos Aires) since 2006.
- Visiting Professor, University of Texas, Austin, 2009.
- "Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Program" (Bonn, 2001-05);
- "Programa LBA Amazônia" (2001-06);
- CNPq Multidisciplinary Committee (2000);
- (4) Brazilian national Commission on Population and Development (1995-2004).
Board member since 2008 of [Global Leadership Consortium], [East-West Institute] (New York).
Publications and Media Appearances
- "Four books, dozens of scholarly articles at home and abroad. Last book was The International System Under the Hegemony of Free-Market Democracies" (SourceWatch translation of title)
- "Published dozens of articles in the Brazilian press, especially O Globo, Estado de S. Paulo, Folha de S. Paulo, Valor and Correio Braziliense.
- Regular panelist, Globo News Painel
- "Dozens of radio interview on CBN, Eldorado, Band News, Nacional, and BBC International"
- "Dozens of TV interviews by Globonews, Globo, TV Senado, TV Camara, Cultura and Bandeirantes."
Resources and articles
- Global Leadership Network Members, organizational web page, accessed May 5, 2012.