Brasil, Think Tanks e o Sistema Internacional: uma análise de discurso

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Eduardo Munhoz Svartman
José O. Pérez

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Com a chegada do Partido dos Trabalhadores ao poder em 2003, o Brasil iniciou uma expansão de sua participação política internacional por meio dos BRICS, IBAS e outros fóruns multilaterais. Os think tanks sediados nos Estados Unidos perceberam esse aumento no envolvimento político e subsequentemente produziram um volume considerável de pesquisas sobre a política externa brasileira. Este artigo emprega a análise do discurso como método de pesquisa, bem como abordagens teóricas pós-estruturalistas e pós-coloniais, para entender a representação que as publicações de Brookings e CFR elaboraram sobre o Brasil como um potencia “emerging” ou “rising”. Especificamente, argumentamos que o Brasil era tipicamente retratado de maneira positiva. No entanto, essa constituição foi baseada num pensamento hierárquico e racializado, que busca reafirmar relações de poder globais preexistentes.


 

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Munhoz Svartman , Eduardo, e José O. Pérez. 2020. “Brasil, Think Tanks E O Sistema Internacional: Uma análise De Discurso”. Meridiano 47 - Journal of Global Studies 21 (setembro). https://doi.org/10.20889/M47e21017.
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Eduardo Munhoz Svartman , Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul,  Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas

José O. Pérez, Ohio State University

Ohio State University, Department of Political Science

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