Diogo Santos

Diogo Santos, obtained his Bachelors of Laws in 2003 from the Federal University of Maranhão, in Brazil, Diogo Santos was granted a Japanese Ministry of Education (MEXT) scholarship to pursue a masters of law degree at the Graduate Shcool of Law in 2007 and a PhD in International Development at the Graduate School of International Development in 2010, both at Nagoya University. Since returning to Brazil, Dr. Santos has served in various academic positions, such as Director of the School of Law of the State University of Maranhão, professor of International Law, economics and Constitutional Theory at the Dom Bosco University in São Luís, Brazil, and professor of International Law in the Federal University of Maranhão. Diogo has also published a number of articles in the fields of Intellectual Property Law, Environmental Law, Democracy, Legitimacy and Presidential decrees in various international journals.

Publications

Digital Transformation and Its Role in Progressing the Relationship Between States and Their Citizens
Sam B. Edwards III, Diogo Santos. © 2020. 231 pages.
Countries at different points of development are affected differently by shifts in the ability to access information. These changes require the action of governments to cope in...
The Governed and Their Governments: A Working Democratic Paradigm for the 21st Century
Diogo Santos, Mylla Maria Maria Sousa Sampaio. © 2020. 25 pages.
The relationship between citizens and the state is omnipresent: even the most totalitarian regimes present some interaction between society and ruler. Digital communications have...
John Stuart Mill's On Liberty in the Digital Communications Age: Transparency, Participation, and the Challenges of the 21st Century
Diogo Santos, Mylla Maria Maria Sousa Sampaio. © 2020. 22 pages.
On Liberty by J. S. Mill is on democracy, limitations to political power, as well as the shaping of modern democratic systems. This chapter aims to review a classic of political...
Interactions between the Governed and Their Governments: The Democratic Paradigm
Diogo Santos. © 2016. 17 pages.
The relationship between citizens and their states is omnipresent: even in the most authoritarian or totalitarian regimes there is always some interaction between the government...
Revolutionizing the Interaction between State and Citizens through Digital Communications
Sam B. Edwards III, Diogo Santos. © 2015. 330 pages.
Networked communication technologies have drastically changed the relationship between States and their citizens. This fundamental shift has eased civilians’ ability to access...
Interactions between the Governed and Their Governments: The Democratic Paradigm
Diogo Santos. © 2015. 18 pages.
The relationship between citizens and their states is omnipresent: even in the most authoritarian or totalitarian regimes there is always some interaction between the government...
Rereading John Stuart Mill's On Liberty in the Digital Communications Age: Transparency, Participation, and the Challenges of the 21st Century
Diogo Santos. © 2015. 16 pages.
On Liberty by John Stuart Mill is about democracy, the limitations to political power, and the actions of individuals that protect the ability of the people to pursue their...