RUSSIA TURNING ON LATIN AMERICA

Yuri Paniev

Abstract


This paper describes the current relations of Russia with main Latin American countries: Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela and Cuba in the commercial, economical and military scope. The author calls the attention to the real intentions of Russia’s approximation policy with the continent: would the geopolitics partners be allies in recuperate the Russian status of directed power against the United States, or just a smart play due to the emergence of new powers in this multi-polar world?


Keywords


Russia; Latin America; Strategic partnerships; Multipolar-world;



DOI: https://doi.org/10.22456/2238-6912.27991

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AUSTRAL: Brazilian Journal of Strategy & International Relations  e-ISSN 2238-6912; ISSN 2238-6262  Published by the Brazilian Center for Strategy & International Relations.
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