2017
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-8529.2017390200007 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Abstract:In this article, we analyse one aspect of Brazilian nuclear policy during the tenure of the Workers Party (2003)(2004)(2005)(2006)(2007)(2008)(2009)(2010)(2011)(2012)(2013)(2014)(2015)(2016): the development of a nuclear-propelled submarine. We propose that the project of building a nuclear-propelled submarine has become possible partly because of the mobilisation of a set of arguments for the construction of the South Atlantic as a strategic area, framed in terms of security and development. On the o… Show more

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“…This text follows previous works(Herz et al 2016;2017) and is inscribed in a larger project (out of which a book will soon be published) in which we analyse the way Brazilian ruling elites have formulated, conducted and mainly how they framed (and justified) the Brazilian nuclear program.5 The relation between the project to build nuclear propelled submarines and security in the South Atlantic is discussed inHerz et al (2017). The defence development nexus will provide an additional interpretation of the refusal to sign the Additional Protocol and the skepticism regarding the proposals for the multilateral enrichment of uranium, since the framing of nuclear policy in terms of development will allow us to understand the Brazilian position regarding the preservation and advancement of its access to technology vis a vis the nuclear governance regime.The Defense-Development Nexus: Brazilian Nuclear Policy under the Workers' Party Administrations Rev.…”
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“…This text follows previous works(Herz et al 2016;2017) and is inscribed in a larger project (out of which a book will soon be published) in which we analyse the way Brazilian ruling elites have formulated, conducted and mainly how they framed (and justified) the Brazilian nuclear program.5 The relation between the project to build nuclear propelled submarines and security in the South Atlantic is discussed inHerz et al (2017). The defence development nexus will provide an additional interpretation of the refusal to sign the Additional Protocol and the skepticism regarding the proposals for the multilateral enrichment of uranium, since the framing of nuclear policy in terms of development will allow us to understand the Brazilian position regarding the preservation and advancement of its access to technology vis a vis the nuclear governance regime.The Defense-Development Nexus: Brazilian Nuclear Policy under the Workers' Party Administrations Rev.…”
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“…By having a submarine technology then Indonesia will align with state authorities submarine technology such as Germany, Russia, USA, France, China and Turkey (Herz, et al, 2017),Given the presence of the submarine can provide high deterrent effect the mastery of submarine technology and defense industry will boost the progress of the national authority in the region. This needs to be carried out considering a technology that is dynamic, constantly changing times.…”
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“…Comparative points can be made with respect to Pakistan's and China's history of colonialism (seeRajain 2005: 276-278 and 99). 9 On the framing of discourse about a nuclear submarine in Brazil, seeHerz, Dawood, and Lage (2017).6R. KAUR…”
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