Correspondents@OP

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As highlighted on the map, the Political Observatory is present all around the world. The number of associate members who are outside the national political community space, aside from the members of the International Scientific Council, justified the inauguration of a section that allows us to identify their location and systematize the privileged information they transmit to us.

The correspondent members of the Political Observatory who due to reasons of employment status, change of residence or evolution of their studies and investigation are in special circumstances of access to information, submerged in cultures or political societies different from our own. They are privileged interlocutors and observers of the communities they live in, with access to information that may be of interest to the members of the Political Observatory. These correspondents are called up for articles or international panels, information about scientific journals, among others. These are new contacts that favour the internationalization of the scientific community of the Political Observatory.

If you are a member of the Political Observatory send us your reflections and information you may consider relevant to the social and political reality you are currently living whilst abroad. As a member of the Political Observatory, if you are outside our political community or expect it to happen, request a profile upgrade to Political Observatory Correspondent.

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Correspondent Investigators
Jorge Botelho Moniz
Paulo Barcelos
Catarina Gama
Alain Montalvão Lantoine
Filipa Brandão
Jorge Queta
Luís Sargento
Nani Vontade
Paulo Valente Gomes
Raul Braga Pires
Catarina Santos
Diana Castel-Branco
Vasco Baptista
Cláudia Pinheiro
Joana Carvalho Costa

Members of the International Scientific Council and Members of the RPCP Editorial Council
Alfonso Galindo Hervás (Univ. Murcia, Espanha)
André Corsino Tolentino (IAO, Cabo Verde)
Andrew Linklater (Aberystwyth University)
António Correia e Silva (MESCI, Cabo Verde)
Carlos Batista (IEP- Universidade de Brasília, Brasil)
Eduardo Viana (UFMG-Minas Gerais, Brasil)
Gianfranco Pasquino (Univ. Bolonha, Dickinson College, Johns Hopkins University, Itália)
Gianluca Passarelli (Univ. Roma, Itália)
Jacques de Champchesnel (Sciences-Po Poitiers, França)
Johnatan Paquette (University of Ottawa)
Kevin V. Mulcahy (Louisiana State University, EUA)
Kirk S. Bowman (Sam Nunn School International Affairs, GATECH – Estados Unidos da América)
Lúcia Maria de Paschoal Guimarães (UERJ – Rio de Janeiro, Brasil)
Olivier Dabène (Sciences-Po Paris, França)
Mario Losano (Univ. Piemonte Oriental, Itália)
Pierre Léglise Costa (Université Paris VIII, França)
Stephen Boyle (University of South Australia)

Institutional Correspondents
PIPS – Pakistan Institute for Peace Studies, Paquistão
Sciences Po – Institut d´Etudes Politiques, Campus de Poitiers
UNB-CEAG/FACE – Universidade de Brasília – Centro de Estudos Avançados sobre a Governança, Brasil
UNB-IPOL – Universidade de Brasília – Instituto de Ciência Política, Brasil
UERJ – Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro – Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas, Brasil
UFSJ – Universidade Federal de São João del-Rei, Brasil
Universidade Tiradentes