Brazil and the U.S.: a lot to talk about

Autores

  • João Augusto de Castro Neves

Resumo

A succession of high-level meetings highlights the growing economic importance of the relationship between the two largest economies in the Western Hemisphere. The two share a mutuality of interests not only bilaterally but in the global arena as well. Yet the U.S. is unwilling to endorse a seat on the UN Security Council for Brazil. João Augusto de Castro Neves examines the reasons.

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Publicado

2012-05-07

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Seção

Foreign Policy