Sea Economy in Portugal strengthens the country’s national identity, prestige and its international affirmation. Law and International Relations constitute an essential part of its development. This project aims to provide adequate training and to disseminate high quality studies in these fields.
This Project aims to advance research in the fields of Public International Law and International Relations in connection with international security by focusing specifically on the topic of hybrid threats.”
The FutureDem project is aimed at identifying the main challenges facing democracy at present and seeking possible responses to this new reality through three research lines: transitions and security; public perception and legal aspects; and digital challenges.
The objective is to research the evolution of the global order with a focus on the European Union with emphasis on its positive practices for the promotion of fundamental rights and democracy.
The aim of this project is to comment on the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea to produce the first lusophon Commentary to that Convention which allows a comprehensive and substantiated view of each of its Parties. Each Party is commented by lusophons researchers from Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau and Portugal, and three Spanish researchers.