Relações Sul-Sul E a Escola Inglesa De Relações Internacionais: Ideias E Envolvimentos Chineses E Brasileiros Na África Subsaariana
The rise of large developing countries has led to considerable discussions of re-balancing global relations and giving greater priority to understanding South-South relations. This paper, in exploring the central ideas of Chinese and Brazilian foreign policy and the behavior of these two rising Southern countries toward Sub-Saharan Africa, argues that the English School of International Relations is well suited to understanding the intentions and actions that characterize South-South relations.
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Marques, Joseph and Spanakos, Tony, "Relações Sul-Sul E a Escola Inglesa De Relações Internacionais: Ideias E Envolvimentos Chineses E Brasileiros Na África Subsaariana" (2014). Department of Political Science and Law Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 33.