Foreign Policy Responses to the Rise of Brazil
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Foreign Policy Responses to the Rise of Brazil

Balancing Power in Emerging States
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Palgrave Studies in International Relations

Introduction; Gian Luca Gardini and Maria Tavares de Almeida
1. Brazil: The State of the Art of its Rise and Power Projection; Gian Luca Gardini
2. Within the Region, Beyond the Region: The Role of Brazil According to the Mass Public; Maria Herminia Tavares de Almeida
3. Brazil's Rise and its Soft Power Strategy in South America; Miriam Gomes Saraiva
4. Argentina and the Rise of Brazil: Perceptions and Strategic Options; Roberto Russell and Juan Gabriel Tokatlian
5. Brazil: Chile's Mythical Ally; Joaquín Fermandois
6. Brazil as a Global Stakeholder: a View from Uruguay; Carlos Luján
7. Paraguay and the Rise of Brazil: Continuity, Resistance and Compliance; Peter W. Lambert
8. Bolivia-Brazil: Internal Dynamics, Sovereignty Drive and Integrationist Ideology; Ana Carolina T. Delgado and Clayton M. Cunha Filho
9. The Peruvian Response to the Rise of Brazil: Developing a Strategic Relationship; Ronald Bruce St John
10. Venezuela and the Rise of Brazil: Convergence and Divergence in the Chavez Era; José Briceño-Ruiz
11. Colombia's Contestation Strategies Facing the Emergence of Brazil as a Regional Power; Eduardo Pastrana Buelvas
12. Containing and Engaging: Mexico's Response to the Rise of Brazil; Ana Covarrubias
13. Latin American Regionalism Faces the Rise of Brazil; Andrés Malamud
Conclusions; Gian Luca Gardini and Maria Herminia Tavares de Almeida
Brazil is undeniably on the rise, and its economic weight and international activism have attracted considerable attention. However, the limitations of its capacity and will to turn potential power into actual international influence are equally significant. So far, relatively little attention has been paid the diverse ways in which other Latin American countries have perceived, and responded to, the rise of Brazil. This edited volume redresses the gap by answering some crucial questions about the international relations of Latin America: what has been the real impact of the rise of Brazil on other Latin American states? What is the place of Brazil in their foreign policy? What role do extra-regional actors play? What is the weight of domestic factors? Have Latin American countries devised specific strategies to cope with the rise of Brazil? Thirteen case-study chapters answer these questions while providing thought-provoking considerations for other emerging powers and regions.