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Reimagining Regional Governance in Latin America
(Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2021-06)
Latin America’s existing predicament stems from a complex set of interlinked social, economic, and political crises, which have been magnified by the advent of the coronavirus pandemic and a rising tide of isolationism and ...
The Evolving ‘Doctrine’ of Multilateralism in the 21st Century
Multilateralism is a concept which has been given increasing attention, particularly by western democracies, since the end of the Cold War, even if its practice dates back at least to 1815. The issue of whether it has now ...
Brazil as a Regional and emerging Global Power
Since the year 2000, Brazilian foreign policy has expanded dramatically on the back of the country’s growing material wealth. Changes in the international system helped too. The global balance of power became more open to ...