The Argentine Factor in Twentieth-Century Brazilian Foreign Policy Strategy
Stanley E. Hilton assesses the impact of the Argentine challenge on Brazil's foreign policy. After discussing how Argentina was perceived as Brazil's major threat in the twentieth century, he evaluates the factors that in the early 1980s seemed to bring an end to the two nations' historic rivalry for paramountcy in South America.
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