BRAZIL IN THE CURRENT WORLD ORDER
Keywords:Logistic State, World Order, Multilateralism,
AbstractInternational insertion of Brazil in the 21st century is driven by new functionality of the State, which we call the Logistic State, in close cooperation with non-state actors that have been strengthened since the 1990s due to the emergence of society. Concepts, values and purposes are internal assumptions that are associated with reinforcement of power derived from the integration of emerging coalitions and bilateral partnerships. The most relevant result leading to maturity of international integration comes from the internationalization of the Brazilian economy. There are, however, barriers in State and in society which limit the effectiveness of external action.
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Cervo, A. L. (2022). BRAZIL IN THE CURRENT WORLD ORDER. AUSTRAL: Brazilian Journal of Strategy & International Relations, 1(2), p. 35–57. https://doi.org/10.22456/2238-6912.30514