This book evaluates Brazil from a "Brazil in the world" viewpoint, placing the country in the current international system in relation to its capabilities, effects, and interest positions. It assesses the extent and direction of Brazil's potential to exert international influence in the future.
Table of Contents
1. Brazilian Foreign Relations in the Twentieth Century 2. Brazil in the World: A Ranking Analysis of Capability and Status Measures 3. Brazilian Military Power: A Capability Analysis 4. Translating Brazil's Economic Potential into International Influence 5. Brazil's Relations with the Northern Tier Countries of South America 6. Brazil and the Southern Cone 7. Brazil and West Germany: A Model for First World-Third World Relations? 8. African-Brazilian Relations: A Reconsideration 9. Brazil and India as Third World Middle Powers