2005
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-40142005000100023
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Abstract: O FOCO DESTE texto é o da visão brasileira da diplomacia multilateral nas Nações Unidas, tendo em vista recentes desenvolvimentos, inclusive o renascimento das políticas unilaterais. Concentra-se nos desafios centrais da paz e segurança, cooperação internacional para o desenvolvimento econômico e promoção dos direitos humanos. Examinam-se as questões do Iraque, Sudão e Haiti, assim como a Declaração do Milênio, das Metas de Desenvolvimento do Milênio e a Conferência de Monterrey para o Financiamento do Desenvo… Show more

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“…From this perspective, Table 2 below seeks to summarize the contributions of authors such as Sardenberg (2005), Correa (2012), Gomes and Oliveira (2015), Hébert (2018), Ribeiro, Lupatini and Santos (2018) and Sebestyén, Domoks and Abony (2020) on the subject of international cooperation. It is concluded that to a large extent, the donated medicines were antimicrobials used for the treatment of neglected tropical diseases, as a way to promote the sustainable economic development of the recipient countries through South-South cooperation.…”
Section: The Main Results and Conclusion Of The Findings From The International Cooperation Haiti-brazilmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Comparative ICHB (Correa, 2012) descriptive and exploratory ICHB (Ribeiro;Lupatini & Dos Santos, 2018). descriptive and exploratory ICHB (Sardenberg, 2005) Qualitative ICHB (Gomes & Oliveira, 2015). Qualitative…”
Section: Subjectsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…According to Voordijk (1999) and Sanderberg (2005) Bureaucratic, legal, and governmental barriers, allied to constant civil wars (mainly after decolonization), mean that these countries lack international trust for conducting business, preventing the advance of inter-and intra-regional trade. Adding to this negative perspective, Voordijk (1999) adds that illiteracy, nearing 90% in the region, will-if not addressed-perpetuate absolute poverty in these nations, regardless of the technological effort made there.…”
Section: The Region's Political and Economic Contextmentioning
confidence: 99%