¿Una nueva 'arquitectura' diplomática? Interpretaciones divergentes sobre la política exterior del Gobierno Lula (2003-2006)
Assessment of the literature and discussion on the main issues of Lula's diplomacy (2003-2006), according to three main groups of authors: "authorized voices", "sympathetic allies" and "independent or critical analysts". For each one of the groups, this bibliographic essay identifies key subjects and preferred arguments of main authors. Perhaps, a new feature of the debate is not exactly diplomatic efforts of Lula's government to open new grounds in international and regional spaces, or even its new discourse, but the very fact that Brazilian diplomacy became a battle ground of ideas, far away from the old consensus and unanimity it enjoyed up to now.
Volume (Year): (2006)
Issue (Month): 2 (Fall)
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