Brazilian foreign policy: from the combined to the unbalanced axis (2003/2021)

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Abstract

From 2003 until 2021, Brazilian foreign policy has endured several changes and upheavals that are affecting its international relations traditions and projection. This process is generated by domestic political struggles, the instability of the world’s balance of power towards multipolarity and is linked to a more comprehensive strategy of public policies. Based on a qualitative review and critical analysis, the aim of this article is to examine these agendas, and the combined and unbalanced axis of the current foreign policy transition.

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Pecequilo, C. S. (2021). Brazilian foreign policy: from the combined to the unbalanced axis (2003/2021). Revista Brasileira de Politica Internacional, 64(1). https://doi.org/10.1590/0034-7329202100111

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