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“Emerging Powers” as obstacles to “Effective Multilateralism”: The negative impact of Brazil´s Foreign Policy on the Rhetoric of “Civilian Power Europe”

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Artículo de revistaStavridis, Stelios. (Universidad de Zaragoza, Research Unit on Global Governance and the European Union, España). “Emerging Powers” as obstacles to “Effective Multilateralism”: The negative impact of Brazil´s Foreign Policy on the Rhetoric of “Civilian Power Europe”.  / Las potencias emergentes como obstáculos para el multilateralismo efectivo: El impacto negativo de la política externa brasileña sobre el discurso la UE como potencia civil In  Brasil: ¿se puede ser una potencia mundial sin bombas atómicas ni premios Nobel? Anuario Americanista Europeo, 2012 no. 10 p. 133-153. Palabras claves:
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Relaciones Internacionales
Política externa brasileña, política externa de la Unión Europea, potencia civil, potencias emergentes, multilateralismo, Lula, Dilma Rousseff

Resumen:

The emergence of Brazil as an important international actor is an accepted fact. In an emerging world order that is trying to produce effective multilateralism, the collaboration between "like-minded" democratic states and other political entities is a necessary though not sufficient pre-condition. This article offers a critical analysis of the impact of Brazil's foreign policy during the Lula and Rousseff presidencies. It argues that especially during Lula's two terms in office, Brazil's ́foreign policy has had a particularly negative impact on the rhetoric of "civilian power Europe". The article concentrates on a number of case studies. The wider interest of this article is that it offers an illustration of how difficult the task of creating a new multilateral world order will be.

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Jussi Pakkasvirta - Ceisal (Helsinki, Finlandia).
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