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Bruno Maçães

Senior Fellow (Non-Resident)

Bruno Maçães is a non-resident senior fellow at Hudson Institute and a senior advisor at Flint Global in London. He was the Portuguese Europe Minister from 2013 to 2015, and was decorated by Spain and Romania for his services to government.

He is the author of The Dawn of Eurasia: On the Trail of the New World Order (Penguin Random House, 2018) and Belt and Road: A Chinese World Order (Hurst, 2019).

He received his doctorate in political science from Harvard University, and was a research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington and Carnegie in Brussels. He has written for the Financial Times, Politico, the Guardian and Foreign Affairs, and appears regularly on CNN, BBC, Bloomberg, Al-Jazeera and CCTV.

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Bruno Maçães was quoted in Bloomberg about the future of US foreign policy under a Biden administration.

Bruno Maçães was quoted in New York Times about geopolitical competition and China’s attempts to appear superior as the Coronavirus continues to spread.

Bruno Maçães was quoted in South China Morning Post about the impact the coronavirus outbreak will have on Chinese manufacturing.

Bruno Maçães was quoted in Wall Street Journal about The West’s response to the spread of coronavirus.

Bruno Maçães was mentioned in Atlantic Sentinel about Macron’s alleged Islamophobia.

Bruno Maçães participates in Politico Symposium on the recent G7 summit

Bruno Maçães quoted in The New Yorker on Trump and Europe