DOI: 10.26512/2016.02.t.21107
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O Estado fragmentado e o Layer Cake: um estudo comparativo entre Brasil e Estados Unidos da América sobre o controle da aquisição de terras por estrangeiros

Abstract: This study explores the existing relations between types of federalism and the control over the acquisition of land by foreigners. The objective is to identify the locus of power in the state machinery as well as possible sources of interference in this control. To this end, the State is analyzed from a perspective of being a bureaucracy, with a focus on the study of the American and Brazilian institutional arrangements for controlling acquisition of land by foreigners. The research emphasizes political debate… Show more

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“…When it comes to the US, Latin America has historically been the first area of international expansion for the U.S. ruling class and a region that plays a key role in its internal and global hegemony. Considered a zone of influence, from the beginning of the 19th century the U.S. intervened in Latin American countries according to the economic and domestic security interests of the U.S. ruling class (Schoultz 1987(Schoultz , 2000Ianni 1988;Moura 1990;Furtado 1975).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…When it comes to the US, Latin America has historically been the first area of international expansion for the U.S. ruling class and a region that plays a key role in its internal and global hegemony. Considered a zone of influence, from the beginning of the 19th century the U.S. intervened in Latin American countries according to the economic and domestic security interests of the U.S. ruling class (Schoultz 1987(Schoultz , 2000Ianni 1988;Moura 1990;Furtado 1975).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%