Why Brazil should be interested in regional integration?
Brazil was under almost 400 years of Portuguese influence, and only at the beginning of the 20th century did the country begin to form its own foreign policy. Most of its foreign policy was predicated on the North-South axis. However, with Lula as president in 2003, the country began not […]
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The Odyssey of Evo Morales or the Illusion of Diplomatic Immunity
On July 2nd, Bolivian president Evo Morales prepared to board his country’s presidential airplane (FAB001) en route back to La Paz after participating in a presidential summit in Moscow. Well into the flight, he was informed that France, Portugal, Italy and Spain – where the plane was due to […]
Tratados comerciales con socios diferentes: la opción de Sudamérica
Abstract: Some Latin American countries are finally seeing certain economic stability. The expectations for the future of these countries are optimistic. Part of the success could be a strategy practiced by the most important economies in South America: trade agreements among themselves. Many of them share the interest of improving […]