Democracy postponed: a political economy of Brazil’s oligarchic foreign policy
This chapter examines the ebbs and flows of pressure to democratize Brazil’s foreign policy and their implications for Brazil’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Itamaraty, which claims a monopoly over the formulation and practice of the country’s diplomacy. We hold distinct the questions of the democratic character of Brazilian foreign policy and the extent to which it is monopolized by Itamaraty (Lopes, 2013). Just as a state’s monop...[Show more]
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