Brazil's rise on the international scene: Brazil and the world

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Since Cardoso and during Lula's Administration, the international order has undergone significant changes. These changes have allowed the Brazilian foreign policy to mitigate internal effects of an order established by others and, at the same time, to become an active participant in the formulation of the new order. To democratize globalization became the mainspring of Brazilian foreign policy. In the scope, President Lula has maintained the tradition of formulating and programming foreign policy as a State policy, and also has fostered the logistic strategy of incorporation of Brazil into the international scene.




Cervo, A. L. (2010). Brazil’s rise on the international scene: Brazil and the world. Revista Brasileira de Politica Internacional, 53(SPEC ISSUE), 7–32.

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