2017
DOI: 10.1590/0034-7329201600117 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The article concentrates on the role which the strategic partnership with the European Union played in Brazilian foreign policy from 2007 to 2015, and the shift of focus that took place during the Lula and Dilma Rousseff administrations. It analyses the progress of such strategic partnership and the exchanges per sector carried out within related frameworks. It also discusses and segregates the so-called sector dialogues into two types and argues that, since the beginning of the Rousseff administration, multil… Show more

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“…The rise of such partnerships has demonstrated a multitude of benefits that can accrue from such collaborations. Some partnerships have specifically focused on generating mutual growths in innovation, through for instance sharing research and development platforms, such as in the strategic partnership between Brazil and the European Union (Saraiva, 2017) or between the Manmohan Memorial Institute of Health Sciences (MMIHS) in Nepal with Bournemouth and Liverpool John Moores Universities (Van Teijlingen, Marahatta, Simkhada, McIver, & Sharma, 2018). The strategic partnership between Indian IT vendors and Western clients has benefitted from expansions in inter-organisational and boundary spanning activities (Søderberg & Romani, 2017).…”
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“…The rise of such partnerships has demonstrated a multitude of benefits that can accrue from such collaborations. Some partnerships have specifically focused on generating mutual growths in innovation, through for instance sharing research and development platforms, such as in the strategic partnership between Brazil and the European Union (Saraiva, 2017) or between the Manmohan Memorial Institute of Health Sciences (MMIHS) in Nepal with Bournemouth and Liverpool John Moores Universities (Van Teijlingen, Marahatta, Simkhada, McIver, & Sharma, 2018). The strategic partnership between Indian IT vendors and Western clients has benefitted from expansions in inter-organisational and boundary spanning activities (Søderberg & Romani, 2017).…”
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“…Polít. Int., 61(1): e003, 2018 Gratius 9 the shift from soft balancing (Hurrell 2006) to bandwagoning (the West) could open new opportunities for cooperation on global governance with the EU after a long period of stagnation (Saraiva 2017).…”
Section: Multilevel Governance and Liberal Realism In Brazil-eu Relatmentioning
“…There has been much less coordination between Brazil and the EU on international conflicts during the PT governments (Saraiva 2017), when Brazil aligned with the BRICS bloc (Gratius and Grevi 2013). One example was Brazil's failed initiative to advance nuclear negotiations with its former ally Iran in 2010 or the failed proposal to introduce the concept of "Responsibility while protecting" into the UN (Stuenkel, 2014).…”
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“…Economic and diplomatic relations between Brazil and the EU started in the 1960s and were strengthened politically and in terms of cooperation in the 1980s (Farina et al, 2005;Saraiva, 2017). This led to the establishment of a first framework cooperation agreement in 1992 (Afionis and Stringer, 2014).…”
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