Status and the Rise of Brazil: Global Ambitions, Humanitarian Engagement and International Challenges

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Daniel Buarque

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Buarque, D. (2020). Status and the Rise of Brazil: Global Ambitions, Humanitarian Engagement and International Challenges. Brasiliana: Journal for Brazilian Studies, 9(1), 614-617. https://doi.org/10.25160/bjbs.v9i1.119956
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