Brazil: the Carambole Strategy of a Rising Power 10.5102/uri.v13i1.3317

Marco Marsili

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This paper analyzes the multilateral Brazilian foreign policy, making the country a regional pivot in Latin America, a leading nation among developing countries, and an emerging world power. Without the status of nuclear power, Brazil establishes asymmetrical alliances to earn a place in a reformed UN Security Council, but must contend the seat with accredited competitors, such as India, as well a strategic partner, and counteract some riotous neighbors, as Mexico and Argentina. Meanwhile, through the establishment and the membership in several international organizations and multilateral mechanisms, Brasília developes a worldwide policy, maneuvering between new and old alliances, and playing a 'winning and losing carambole game'. Will the chrysalis turn into a butterfly?

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Brazil, UNASUR, BRICS, IBSA, BASIC, MERCOSUR

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5102/uri.v13i1.3317

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