Without Sticks or Carrots: Brazilian Leadership in South America During the Cardoso Era, 1992 - 2003
Throughout the Fernando Henrique Cardoso presidency Brazil actively pursued a South American leadership project. The distinctive and central feature of this policy was its attempt to operate without the coercion or explicit payoffs often associated with 'leading' in mainstream international relations literature. Instead, efforts were devoted to constructing an inclusive project that sought extended and unconscious cooperation from other states through a transfer of 'ownership' of the...[Show more]
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