Fernando Mouron


Political Scientist graduated with honors at the University of Buenos Aires (2010), Fernando Mouron moved to Brazil in 2012 to complete his MSc in International Relations which was funded by the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq). Since 2014 he has been a São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) scholar, associated researcher at the Center for International Negotiations Studies (CAENI-USP) and visiting researcher at King’s Brazil Institute since 2015. Some of his recent publications include articles on Chinese increasing relevance in Latin America (Latin American Politics and Society), the consequences for Brazilian leadership in South America (CIDOB D’Afers Internacionals) and Brazilian and Latin American public opinion perceptions regarding Brazil’s position regionally (Contexto Internacional).