The Journal of the Naval War College is a quarterly publication, linked to the Postgraduate Diploma in Maritime Studies Program (PPGEM), non-profit, publishing, scientific articles, and possibly communications and book reviews.

The editorial line focuses on works that contribute to the development of an indigenous strategic thinking in the field of defense, particularly with regard to the Maritime Authority.

All articles for publication are conditioned to the evaluation process by peers and the approval of the members of the Editorial Board or the Advisory Board. Any suggestions for content changes will be agreed with the author.

Submissions must be original and must not have been submitted for publication elsewhere while they are being evaluated by the Journal of EGN.

The submission of articles, in Portuguese, English and Spanish, is held in continuous flow, except for thematic issues. exclusively for this site.

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Patrol Boat Oceanic "Amazon" participates in the Obangame Express 2020


The joint exercise, which includes the participation of several European and African countries, aims to train Marine belonging to the Zone of Peace and Cooperation of the South Atlantic to face the maritime insecurity in the Gulf of Guinea region. The training is carried out by illegal fishing enforcement actions; combating pollution at sea, piracy and maritime terrorism; and assistance to ships in distress. Thus, exercise increases interoperability and cooperation ties between the navies of several countries in the Americas, Africa and Europe.

Posted: 2020-03-10

Navy conducts Signing Ceremony of the Construction Contract of Frigates Class Tamandaré '


The Navy of Brazil, through the Directorate General of Naval Material, informs that on March 5, at 15h, in the Navy Yard in Rio de Janeiro, the Management of Marine Projects Company (EMGEPRON) and purpose entity specific (SPE) "Blue Waters" (ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, Embraer Defense & Security and Atech) signed the contracts for the construction of Class "Tamandaré", in a ceremony chaired by the Minister of Defense, Fernando Azevedo e Silva. The event had the presence of Navy Commander, Admiral Squadron Ilques Barbosa Junior, among other authorities.

Posted: 2020-03-10 More...

Corbett Centre enhances relations with the Brazilian Naval War College with a visit to DSD by RAdm (Retd) Magno


On the 10th December RAdm Magno from the Brazilian Naval War College visited the Defence Studies Department, accompanied by Professor William de Sousa Moreira to meet with Professors Matt Uttley and Greg Kennedy from the Corbett Centre.

King’s College London has an Memoradum of Understanding with the Brazilian Navy since 2015, covering areas of research and education cooperation. The King’s Corbett Centre for Maritime Studies and the Naval War College (EGN) from the Brazilian Navy are strong partners under this MoU and are looking to strengthen this partnership under this MOU through new initiatives in 2020.

Posted: 2019-12-17 More...
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