The United States and Brazil: A Long Road of Unmet Expectations

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INDEX

a
Abertura, 118
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), 31 , 105
Action Plan for Human Rights, 54
Adjustment, xvi , 10-11
Affirmative posture, xvi
African ancestry, 114
Afro-Brazilian organizations, 55
Agricultural products, 27
Brazil, 27
subsidization, 31
Agriculture, 106
AIDS, 31 , 105
Albright, Madeleine K., 112
Alignment, xvi , 5-8
Alliance, xvi , 1-5
Alliance for Progress, 7
Amazon region's Calha Norte Project, 47
Amazon Surveillance System, 113
American Common Market, 34
Amil, 24
Amnesty International, 80 , 88
Amnesty Law, 52
Andean Pact, 34
Anglophone Caribbean, ix
Angola
UN Mission, 43
Antagonistic confrontation, 65
Antidrug Secretariat, 49 , 113 n21
Antidumping duties, 110
steel imports, 29
Anti-interventionist
foreign policy, 46
Anti-Soviet diplomacy, 5
Aranha, Oswaldo, 4
Argentina, 45 , 93
Brazilian relations, 40
democratization, ix
full-scope alignment with United States, 40
strident pro-Americanism, 95
Asymmetric power structure, 40
Autonomous policy, xvi
Autonomy, 8-10
Autonomy-driven confrontation, 65
Axis of evil, 102
Azevedo da Silveira, Francisco, 8

b
Bahia, 55
Balance and perspectives, 67-71
Bandwagoning with United States, 99
Bank for International Recovery and Development (BIRD), 6
Beltway politics, 86
Bilateral Working Group for Defense, 44
BIRD, 6
Bolivia
cocaine, xi
Brazil.
See also specific topics
agricultural products, 27
anti-Soviet diplomacy, 5
characteristics, 73
democratization, ix
diversity of ecosystems and environmental challenges, 57
direct interactions with United States, 82
manufactured products, 28
public debt, 24
steel producers, 28-29
U.S. exports, 28t
U.S. imports, 27 t
USFDI, 22 , 23 t
Brazilian Antidrug Secretariat, 49 , 113 n21
Brazilian community
Brazilian consulates locations, 116
Brazilian Defense Ministry, 44
Brazilian exports, 3
Brazilian Foreign Ministry, 51
Brazilian foreign policy
vs. other Latin American states, 74-75
Brazilian government
U.S. view, 96
Brazilian Green Party, 57
Brazilian immigration
to United States, 59-60
Brazilian NGOs, 59
Brazilian products, 92
Brazilian Workers Party, 57 , 76
Brazil's Diplomatic Academy, 56
Brazil's economic development, 4
Bridge builder, 81
Burns, Bradford, 1
Bush, George H.W., x , xii , 32
Bush, George W., 59
Bush administration, 70

c
CACM, viii
Canadian government, 89

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Series Preface ix
  • Introduction xvii
  • Chapter 1 - Historical Background 1
  • Chapter 2 - New Complexities in U.S.-Brazil Economic Relations 19
  • Chapter 3 - U.S.-Brazil Political Relations 39
  • Chapter 4 - Balance and Perspectives 67
  • Chapter 5 - The United States and Brazil: Comparative Reflections 73
  • Notes 109
  • Index 123
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