NEW INDEPENDENT FOREIGN POLICY, A MATTER OF EMPHASIS

Eduardo Brigidi de Mello

Abstract


The New Foreign Independent Foreign Policy (IFP) of the Lula Administration is compared to the IFP because of the emphases and the democratic legitimacy. It recovered the internal-external correlation and added protagonism to the globalist strategy through four axes: political and economic multilateralism, South-South Cooperation and equality. The first and the second, objectives; the cooperation, an instrument; the equality, the value that grounds them.

Keywords


Brazilian Foreign Policy; Lula Administration; New Independent Foreign Policy.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.22456/2238-6912.44860

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