Status and the Rise of Brazil

Global Ambitions, Humanitarian Engagement and International Challenges

Benjamin de Carvalho (Hrsg.), Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert (Hrsg.), Paulo Esteves (Hrsg.)

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This book explores the evolution of Brazilian foreign relations in the last fifteen years, with a focus on continuities and change. The volume tackles three sets of themes: diplomacy and diplomatic culture, international security and international development cooperation. Central to these themes is how they all relate to Brazil’s international status, and its quest for higher standing. The authors draw on a wide variety of methodologies to grapple with the subject matter, from diplomatic history to international sociology and postcolonial studies. The result is a combination of different approaches that seek to account for the foreign relations of Brazil.

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Brazil foreign relations, Brazil international engagement, diplomacy, Brazilian politics, security studies, international development cooperation, Brazil foreign policy, Latin America, Brazil development, Brazil foreign aid, globalization, international security, Brazil humanitarian assistance, Brazilian economics, Latin American economics, Brazil investments, global south, peacekeeping in Brazil, development, humanitarian policy