M.A. on Peace and Conflict Studies, Uppsala University Alumnus 
Associate researcher, Brazilian Association of Defence Studies (A.B.E.D.)

 

Areas of Expertise
Civil Wars and Intrastate Conflict, Diplomacy, Disarmament, Fragile States, Global Governance, Humanitarian Affairs, Organized Crime, Peacekeeping, United Nations

Region of Focus
Central and South Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, The Middle East

Background
Raphael Gonçalves Marretto has received a B.A. on International Relations at the Universidade Estácio de Sá – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and a M.A. on Peace and Conflict Studies at the Uppsala Universitet – Uppsala, Sweden. Mr. Marretto holds Certificates on: ‘Foreign Policy Analysis’ at the London School of Economics (L.S.E.), London, U.K; ‘Training on Multi-Track Diplomacy for Peace Building’ at the Center for International Development and Conflict Management (C.I.D.C.M.), at the University of Maryland, M.D., U.S.A; ‘Training on Conflict Management’ at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR), at the George Mason University, Fairfax, V.A., U.S.A

Recent Publications

Marretto, Raphael (2018), in “Security dilemmas in the Amazon trapezoid – an analysis on the non-State armed groups in the face of the international and national security dilemmas vis-à-vis the revision of the architecture of the United Nations system of States” – the Brazilian Association of Defence Studies (A.B.E.D.) & U.S.P., São Paulo, Brazil;

Marretto, Raphael (2018), in “The refugees and migrants´ international security dilemma – Addressing flows of refugees and migrants, vis-à-vis the challenges over the inclusion of the major though not exclusive perpetrators: States and the non-State armed groups for the optimization of transnational intervention policies within the realm of the revision of the architecture of the UN system of States” – the Academic Council on the United Nations System (A.C.U.N.S.) 2018´s Annual Meeting & the L.U.I.S.S. Guido Carli University, Rome, Italy;

Marretto, Raphael (2011), in “Expanding the Civilian Role in Peace Operations: Assessing Progress and Addressing Gaps” – Rapporteur on the Experts Workshop project: South America – the Swedish International Peace Research Institute (S.I.P.R.I.) & the Instituto Igarapé – P.U.C. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil;

Marretto, Raphael (2010), in “Rebuilding the Somali State in the  21st century”, in ed. “Horn of Africa Bulletin”, the Life and Peace Institute – Uppsala, Sweden;

Marretto, Raphael (2006), in “G.P.P.A.C. Case Study Research: Strengthening the Network in Latin America and the Caribbean region”, in Verkoren, Willemijn, in ed., “Networking for Peace: Opportunities for the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflicts – Issue Paper 3” – the European Centre for Conflict Prevention (E.C.C.P.), Den Haag, the Netherlands;

Marretto, Raphael (2006), in “O Brasil no século XXI: Perspectivas e Mecanismos de Resolução de Conflitos Armados” in Brigagão, Clóvis & Mello, Valerie, in ed., “Diplomacia Cidadã – Panorama Brasileiro de Prevenção de Conflitos Internacionais” – Editora Gramma & The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (K.A.S.) – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil;

Marretto, Raphael (2004), in “Intra-State Conflict Resolution Dynamics: Peace Processes and Public Participation – the cases of Colombia, Sierra Leone and Nepal”, in Prakash, Nirupama & Dash, Motilal, in ed., “Conflict Resolution: Peace and Development” – the Center of International Development and Conflict Management (C.I.D.C.M.), the University of Maryland, College Park, U.S.A. & the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (B.I.T.S.) – Pilani, the Rajasthan –The Jain Brothers – New Dehli, India.

Recent ACUNS Activity
Marretto, Raphael (2018), “The refugees and migrants´ international security dilemma – Addressing flows of refugees and migrants, vis-à-vis the challenges over the inclusion of the major though not exclusive perpetrators: States and the non-State armed groups for the optimization of transnational intervention policies within the realm of the revision of the architecture of the UN system of States”, ACUNS 2018 Annual Meeting, LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome, Italy;

The Academic Council on the United Nations System (A.C.U.N.S.) – 2016 Annual Meeting / Marretto, Raphael (2016), in “The IR debate on the inclusion of non-State armed groups and the revised architecture of the international System of States”, in the 18th Workshop session “Contemporary Peacekeeping Challenges: Can the UN Adapt and Keep Up?”, 16th – 18th June 2016, Fordham University, New York, N.Y., U.S.A;

The Academic Council on the United Nations System (A.C.U.N.S. – A.S.I.L.) & the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (N.U.P.I.) Summer Workshop “The Evolution of UN Peace Operations: Contemporary Challenges and Requirements” / Marretto, Raphael (2015), in “The debate on international security over identity and power in relation to crises of State legitimacy and sovereignty – non-State armed groups and the international system of States” – The 2015 A.C.U.N.S. / A.S.I.L. Workshop co-hosted and held at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (N.U.P.I.), 26th October – 1st November, 2015 – Oslo, Norway.

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Updated January, 2019