Brazilian Foreign Policy in Changing Times contributes both empirically and theoretically to the study of international relations. The book illuminates Brazilian foreign policy in the democratic era, a subject scarcely touched on elsewhere. This book also offers a new conceptualization of the debate on the path to an autonomous foreign policy.Later, it was to gain more prominence with the arrival of Celso Lafer at the MR2, . ... with the presidents of Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay, signed the Treaty of Asuncion in March 1991, creating Mercosur, ... returned to the MR2, , as President Itamar Franco delegated power to it, mainly due to Brazila#39;s domestic problems.
|Title||:||Brazilian Foreign Policy in Changing Times|
|Author||:||Tullo Vigevani, Gabriel Cepaluni|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2009|