Fourteen essays analyze the changing relations and patterns of interdependence between the European and the Latin American components of a New Atlantic Triangle that would include the United States. The Latin American emphasis is on Brazil. The authors are well-known scholars from all three regions, and their efforts in the areas of economics, security, politics and energy mesh well. An overview and a conclusion add much to the unusual degree of focus and direction.
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