THE MOBILIZATION OF THE DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL BASE IN SOUTH AMERICA THROUGH THE BRAZILIAN ADMISSION IN THE NATO CATALOG SYSTEM

Sabrina Evangelista Medeiros, William de Sousa Moreira

Abstract


This article aims to describe and analyze the conditionalities and side effects of Brazil’s inclusion in NATO´s Catalog (NATO Codification System- NCS) for the national Defense Industrial Base and the country’s development (the agreement dates back to April 1997). The central hypothesis is that, through this process, there was a progressive conditioning of the national defense industry, and correlates, in favor of protocolization, which extended the internationality and scope of national agents, both as buyers and sellers, within this system and subsystems. The analysis of the process of inclusion of Brazil in the NSC and the characteristics and purposes involved and the analysis of the repercussions for Brazil.To do this, before the analysis of the repercussions, there is an explanation of the method used, once the objectives of the article consolidate through a medium-term prospective vision.


Keywords


NATO; Catalog; Industrial Defense Base (IDB).



DOI: https://doi.org/10.22456/2238-6912.87993

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