Pedro Aguiar is a Brazilian journalist and scholar focused on world news, foreign politics, and news agencies - with a special interest in Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and former Yugoslavia.
His career experience includes print, broadcasting, online and news agency, performing duties such as writing and editing world news, coordinating foreign correspondents and reporting from abroad. Among others, he traveled to Belgrade, Sarajevo, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Srebrenica, Sofia, Bucharest, Prague, Bratislava, Istanbul, Athens, and reported from Kosovo and Turkey. He was also an editor for Opera Mundi, the only media outlet in Brazil fully dedicated to world news, and for Globo TV late night newscast, as an editor for world news.
He is currently based in Rio de Janeiro, working for the corporate history department at Globo.
Pedro holds an M.A. in Communications from the University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), with a thesis on the Non-Aligned News Agencies Pool (NANAP) and its role in building South-South flows for international communication. His B.A. in Journalism, titled "Networking International News" (Jornalismo Internacional em Redes), was published by the City Administration of Rio de Janeiro.
Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1981).