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Notes on the Evolution of Brazilian Multilateral Diplomacy

Notes on the Evolution of Brazilian Multilateral Diplomacy Global Governance 17 (2011), 375–397 Notes on the Evolution of Brazilian Multilateral Diplomacy Gelson Fonseca Jr. The article describes the evolution of Brazilian multilateralism since the First Pan American Conference in 1889. The impact of the domestic and in- ternational spheres are examined to understand the continuities and changes in Brazil multilateral attitudes. In our days, the increasing influ- ence of Brazil international presence, especially in multilateral forums, is evident. The open question is how the emerging countries will influence the new international order. KEYWORDS: Brazil, foreign policy, United Na- tions, multilateralism. IT IS EVIDENT THAT, AS A RESULT OF THEIR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND POLITICAL maturation, a number of countries once cast as merely “developing” have emerged over the past two decades as consequential international actors. Among the most prominent are Brazil, India, China, Turkey, South Africa, and Indonesia. A restored Russia, emerging from the wreckage of the Soviet Union, is generally seen and sees itself as a member of this cohort. Collec- tively, they promise to play a progressively more important role in determin- ing the shape of global governance. It is equally evident that effective and sustainable responses to the great transnational challenges of our time, including http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations Brill

Notes on the Evolution of Brazilian Multilateral Diplomacy

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Brill
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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1075-2846
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1942-6720
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10.1163/19426720-01703007
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Abstract

Global Governance 17 (2011), 375–397 Notes on the Evolution of Brazilian Multilateral Diplomacy Gelson Fonseca Jr. The article describes the evolution of Brazilian multilateralism since the First Pan American Conference in 1889. The impact of the domestic and in- ternational spheres are examined to understand the continuities and changes in Brazil multilateral attitudes. In our days, the increasing influ- ence of Brazil international presence, especially in multilateral forums, is evident. The open question is how the emerging countries will influence the new international order. KEYWORDS: Brazil, foreign policy, United Na- tions, multilateralism. IT IS EVIDENT THAT, AS A RESULT OF THEIR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND POLITICAL maturation, a number of countries once cast as merely “developing” have emerged over the past two decades as consequential international actors. Among the most prominent are Brazil, India, China, Turkey, South Africa, and Indonesia. A restored Russia, emerging from the wreckage of the Soviet Union, is generally seen and sees itself as a member of this cohort. Collec- tively, they promise to play a progressively more important role in determin- ing the shape of global governance. It is equally evident that effective and sustainable responses to the great transnational challenges of our time, including

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Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International OrganizationsBrill

Published: Aug 12, 2011

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