Kai Michael Kenkel
Kai Michael Kenkel
Associate Professor, Institute of International Relations, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de
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Five generations of peace operations: from the" thin blue line" to" painting a country blue"
KM Kenkel
Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional 56, 122-143, 2013
South America's emerging power: Brazil as peacekeeper
KM Kenkel
International Peacekeeping 17 (5), 644-661, 2010
Brazil and R2P: Does taking responsibility mean using force?
KM Kenkel
Global Responsibility to Protect 4 (1), 5-32, 2012
Brazil and the Responsibility While Protecting Initiative: Norms and the Timing of Diplomatic Support
KM Kenkel, C Stefan
Global Governance 22 (1), 41-78, 2016
Discourses of cyberspace securitization in Brazil and in the United States
LC Lobato, KM Kenkel
Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional 58, 23-43, 2015
Brazil’s peacebuilding in Africa and Haiti
KM Kenkel
Journal of International Peacekeeping 17 (3-4), 272-292, 2013
Are rising powers consistent or ambiguous foreign policy actors? Brazil, humanitarian intervention and the ‘graduation dilemma’
C Harig, KM Kenkel
International Affairs 93 (3), 625-641, 2017
Out of South America to the globe: Brazil’s growing stake in peace operations
KM Kenkel
South America and Peace Operations: Coming of Age, 85-110, 2013
South America and Peace Operations: Coming of Age
London: Routledge, 2013
Localization and Subsidiarity in Brazil’s Engagement with the Responsibility to Protect
KMKF de Rosa
Global Responsibility to Protect 7 (3-4), 325-349, 2015
O Brasil e as operações de paz em um mundo globalizado: entre a tradição e a inovação
KM Kenkel, RF Moraes
Brasília: IPEA, 2012
Brazil as a rising power: intervention norms and the contestation of global order
KM Kenkel, P Cunliffe
Routledge, 2016
Conclusions: Securing South America’s Peace Operations Acquis Post-MINUSTAH
KM Kenkel
South America and Peace Operations: Coming of Age, 188-202, 2013
Stepping out of the Shadow: South America and Peace Operations
KM Kenkel
International Peacekeeping 17 (5), 584-597, 2010
Explaining emerging powers’ reluctance to adopt intervention norms: normative contestation and hierarchies of responsibility
K Kenkel, S Destradi
Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional 62, e002, 2019
Global player" ou espectador nas margens? A ‘Responsabilidade de Proteger’: Definição e Implicações para o Brasil
KM Kenkel
Revista da Escola de Guerra Naval 12, 6-57, 2008
Brazilian policy and the creation of a regional security complex in the South Atlantic: Pax Brasiliana?
BRB Mattos, FEL Matos, KM Kenkel
Contexto Internacional 39, 263-280, 2017
Civil society participation in defence policy formulation: Academic experts and South Africa’s post-apartheid Defence White Paper
KM Kenkel
Journal of Security Sector Management 4 (1), 1-26, 2006
Interests, identity and brazilian peacekeeping policy
KM Kenkel
Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (Ipea), 2011
Stability abroad, instability at home? Changing UN peace operations and civil–military relations in Global South troop contributing countries
KM Kenkel
Contemporary Security Policy, 2021
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