The challenges for the consolidation of Brazil’s strategic role in Africa in the twenty-first century

Carla Márcia Pagliarini, Eduardo Ernesto Filippi, Luana Margarete Geiger

Abstract


Brazil's strategic role in the early twenty-first century is focused on strengthening South-South relations and on reconnecting with Africa. The consolidation of this African policy, however, is susceptible to changes in the domestic and international scenario. This article aims, in this sense, to identify the challenges that such contexts can bring to the consolidation of Brazil’s strategic role in Africa in the 21st century.



Keywords


Brazil’s strategic role; Brazilian foreign policy; Brazil's african policy; Brazilian Foreign Policy

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