Brazil and ‘Latin America’

  title={Brazil and ‘Latin America’},
  author={L. Bethell},
  journal={Journal of Latin American Studies},
  pages={457 - 485}
  • L. Bethell
  • Published 2010
  • Geography, Political Science
  • Journal of Latin American Studies
Abstract This essay, part history of ideas and part history of international relations, examines Brazil's relationship with Latin America in historical perspective. For more than a century after independence, neither Spanish American intellectuals nor Spanish American governments considered Brazil part of ‘América Latina’. For their part, Brazilian intellectuals and Brazilian governments only had eyes for Europe and increasingly, after 1889, the United States, except for a strong interest in… Expand
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is a contemporary account by a key player; see also Paulo Gilberto Fagundes Vizentini, Relações exteriores do Brasil
  • 1945
Fernando Henrique Cardoso wrote (with the Chilean Enzo Faletto) the hugely influential Dependency and Development in Latin America
  • Spanish by Siglo XXI in Mexico City in 1969. 62 Celso Furtado
  • 1920
The Term Latin America
Brazil and South America since the End of the Cold War There is one final twist to this story of Brazil's relationship with 'América Latina
    The increasing number of Brazilians living in the United States did not, and apparently still do not, think of themselves as 'Latinos
      could hardly be said to be treated adequately in any of his books. 60 Notable exceptions were Arturo Torres-Rioseco