Alexandre Pereira da Silva
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Associate Professor at China Institute of Boundary and Ocean Studies, Wuhan University.

He was a visiting post-doctoral scholar at Marine and Environmental Law Institute, Dalhousie University (2012–2013), associate professor at Law School of Recife, Federal University of Pernambuco (2009–2018), and visiting fellow at China Institute of Boundary and Ocean Studies (2016–2018).

He has published several articles, including in reference journals as Ocean Yearbook, Marine Policy, Ocean and Coastal Management, International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, Ocean Development and International Law.

His main research interests are in law of the sea and Latin American state practices.


Educational Background

Aug. 2015 – Summer Academy at the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (Hamburg, Germany)

Aug. 2014 – Rhodes Academy of Oceans Law and Policy (Rhodes, Greece)

Aug. 2012–Aug. 2013 – Visiting Post-Doctoral Scholar, Dalhousie University (Halifax, Canada)

Mar. 2006–Jul. 2008 – Ph.D. in Law, Federal University of Pernambuco (Recife, Brazil)

Mar. 2001–Oct. 2002 – M.Sc. in History, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (Porto Alegre, Brazil)

Jul. 1999–Jul. 2000 – Graduated ‘lato sensu’ in Politics, Federal University of Pelotas (Pelotas, Brazil)

Jul. 1994–Jul. 1999 – Bachelor in Laws, Federal University of Pelotas (Pelotas, Brazil)


Research Grants

2012 – Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship, Government of Canada/Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade

2011 – Faculty Research Program, Government of Canada/Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade

2006 – Doctoral Degree Fellowship, Government of Brazil/Coordination for Higher Education Staff Development

2001 – Master’s Degree Fellowship, Government of Brazil/Coordination for Higher Education Staff Development


Research areas

Law of the Sea; Antarctica; Latin America; Brazil.


Recent publications

1. Alexandre Pereira da Silva, ‘Brazil advances over the Area: The inclusion of the Rio Grande Rise within the Brazilian outer continental shelf for other states and for the common heritage of mankind’ (2021) 125 Marine Policy 104399.

2. Alexandre Pereira da Silva, ‘Brazil and the implementation of Article 82 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Setting the stage for the bidding rounds’ (2021) 36(4) International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 1–25.

3. Alexandre Pereira da Silva, ‘From rocks to an archipelago: The Brazilian interpretation and application of Article 121 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea with respect to the St. Peter and St. Paul insular features’ (2020) 51(4) Ocean Development and International Law 330–357.

4. Alexandre Pereira da Silva, ‘The concept of Brazilian jurisdictional waters and its impact on the freedom of the high seas’ (2020) 35(2) International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 295–324.

5. Alexandre Pereira da Silva, ‘From the First Claims to the Exclusive Economic Zone: Reviewing Latin America’s 200-Nautical Miles Sea Seventy Years On’ (2019) 33 Ocean Yearbook 131–160.

6. Alexandre Pereira da Silva, ‘Brazilian large-scale marine protected areas: Other “paper parks”?’ (2019) 169 Ocean and Coastal Management 104–112.