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Inter-Role Conflict, Role Strain and Role Play in Chile's Relationship with Brazil

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Article de revueWehner, Leslie E. (University of Bath, Reino Unido). Inter-Role Conflict, Role Strain and Role Play in Chile's Relationship with Brazil.  / Conflicto inter-rol, tensión de rol y juego de roles en la relación de Chile con Brasil In  Special Issue: Latin American Responses to the Rise of Brazil  / Número especial: respuesta latinoamericana al ascenso de Brasil Bulletin of Latin American Research, 2016 vol. 35 no. 1 p. 64-77. Mots-clés:
Brésil | Chili
Economie, Entreprises, Industrie | Politique, Administration publique | Relaciones Internacionales
Relación Chile-Brasil / Libre comercio / Cooperación regional / Potencia regional / Teoría de roles / Potencia secundaria
XXIe siècle

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This article assesses the relationship between Brazil and Chile, focusing on the fields of economic and security cooperation from Chile's perspective. Chile plays a number of different roles, the most salient of which is ‘global trader’. This role stretches beyond Brazil's expectations, but it converges with the social demands of Mexico and the United States as well as with the cues of the global market. Such a salient role – alongside that of mediator, bridge builder, and partner of Argentina in security cooperation issues – influences Chile's patterns of cooperation with and distance from Brazil as the regional power in South America.

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