Brazil in the International System: The Rise of a Middle Power

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Brazil in the International System: The Rise of a Middle Power

Edited by Wayne A. Selcher
Westview Press, 1981
251 pp. $27.75
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A helpful coordinating foreword accompanies these nine essays, which provide an evaluation of Brazil's world position in relation to its capabilities, achievements, interests and future prospects. By some accounts here, Brazil is the most important and fastest growing middle power, and may rank as high as eighth on the world scale, behind the seven major powers.

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