La cooperación sur-sur como nueva dimensión de la política exterior brasileña en el gobierno de Lula: una aproximación constructiva



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Ranucci, Marta, Marta (2016) La cooperación sur-sur como nueva dimensión de la política exterior brasileña en el gobierno de Lula: una aproximación constructiva. [Thesis]

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Over the last decade, we have witnessed a growing number of academic researches that have Brazil and its position in the international system as an object of study, which debate is open, because there is no consensus of its role and intentions: if it is to promote the development and cooperation, or, after all, if it also has international political interests, like greater weight in the international system, greater decision capability, and others typically economics like how to gain market for its companies. Because of its geographical size, its growing economic importance, its visibility for the Brazil 2014 World Cup and the Rio 2016 Olympics, and the political demonstrations in the streets, it is hard to deny the attraction that Brazil is gaining every day. This work was created with several objectives that are tried to be answered along the writing of this thesis: a general objective that generates secondary ones and, at the same time, subsequent collateral objectives. Among the general objectives, we have the purpose of understanding and analyzing how the South-South Cooperation (SSC) is in the wider debate of the International Cooperation for Development (ICD). In this sense, it is necessary to point out the difficulty to trace clear lines of differentiation between the traditional North-South Cooperation (NSC) and the latest SSC. This is because, among other questions, there is not a definition until this moment shared by all the countries participating in it, as well as the lack of database that indicates precisely which are all the 'development partners' emerging. This thesis introduces the debate about international cooperation analyzing the challenges that it faces, the global changes that have come to transform the 'new architecture to development' and to analyze the gaps that Brazil can take with other emerging powers to improve the current and weakened assistance system...

Item Type:Thesis
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Tesis inédita de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Geografía e Historia, leída el 13-10-2015

Campo Garcia, María Esther del
Bichara, Julimar da Silva
Uncontrolled Keywords:Brasil
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):International relations
Subjects:Social sciences > Economics > Economic cooperation
ID Code:38183
Deposited On:20 Jun 2016 10:37
Last Modified:20 Jun 2016 10:37

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