Academic Qualifications

PhD in History, Defense, and International Relations, 2012 – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Lisbon, Portugal.

Master in History, Defense, and International Relations, 2008 – ISCTE, Lisbon, Portugal.

Bachelor in Social-Military Sciences, with specialization on Infantry, 1991 – Academia Militar, Lisbon, Portugal.

Biographical Information

PhD in History, Defence and International Relations (2012) – ISCTE, Lisbon.
Professor at the Department of Military Sciences (Military History; and Tactics & Military Operations) of the Military Academy
Professor of War and Peace Studies; and Operations Management at the Military University Institute – Pedrouços.
Professor of Seminar Security and Defence II in PhD Program on History, Security Studies and Defence (ISCTE-IUL and Military Academy).
Coordinator of the master’s in Military Science (infantry, Artillery and Cavalry); and Head of the Section of Studies in Crises and Armed Conflicts at the Department of Military Sciences of the Military Academy.
His PhD thesis was converted in the book Salazar, Caetano e o Reduto Branco: a manobra politico-diplomática de Portugal na África Austral (1951-1974) won the Prize of National Defence in 2012.

Key Publications

Barroso, L. (2018). Caetano e a Origem do Exercício ALCORA. Cadernos de Estudos Africanos, 38, pp. 35-59. http://journals.openedition.org/cea/2561.

Barroso, L. (2018). A Grande Guerra em Angola: a expedição de Alves Roçadas e de Pereira D’Eça na estratégia intervencionista. Ler História, 72, pp. 129-149. http://journals.openedition.org/lerhistoria/3524 ; DOI : 10.4000/lerhistoria.3524.

Barroso, L. (2017). The Origins of Exercise ALCORA: South Africa and the Portuguese Counterinsurgency Strategy in Southern Angola. South African Historical Journal, n. 1, pp. 1-18, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1080/02582473.2017.1306094

Barroso, Luís (2014). The Independence of Rhodesia in Salazar’s Strategy for Southern Africa, African Historical Review, 46, 2-1, 24.

Barroso, Luís (2013), “‘A trick with rebounds’: Portugal, Zambia and the Rhodesian crisis (1967–1968)“, Portuguese Journal of Social Science, 12 (2), 195-209.

Barroso, Luís(2012). Salazar, Caetano e o Reduto Branco: A manobra Político-Diplomática de Portugal na África Austral (1951-1974). Porto: Fronteira do Caos Editores.

Barroso, Luís (2010), “O apoio de Salazar a Ian Smith: uma análise poli-heurística“, Relações Internacionais, 25 (25), 107-118.

Barroso, Luís(2009), Salazar e Ian Smith: o Apoio de Portugal à Rodésia (1964-1968). Lisboa: Ministério dos Negócios Estrangeiros.

 

Publications

Barroso, L. (2015) "A Primeira Guerra Mundial em Angola. O ataque preemptivo a Naulila", Relações Internacionais, 47, pp. 127-149.

Barroso, L. (2014) "The Independence of Rhodesia in Salazar’s Strategy for Southern Africa", African Historical Review, 46 (2), 1-24.

Barroso, L. (2014) "A Inovação Militar no período entre guerras e o início da II Guerra Mundial. O Desenvolvimento da Blitzkrieg, a tradição germânica e os contactos germano-russos nos anos 1920", Revista Militar, 66, 629-648.

Barroso, L., Luís Escorrega (2014) Estudos de Homenagem Abel Cabral Couto, Lisboa: Fronteira do Caos.

Barroso, L. (2014) "A Segurança: uma aproximação concetual", In Luís Barroso & Luís Escorrega Estudos de Homenagem Abel Cabral Couto, 253-271. Porto: Fronteira do Caos.