The European Union and Brazil as Privileged Partners? Difficult Path to an Authentic Strategic Partnership

Bartlomiej Znojek
Content Type
Policy Brief
The Polish Institute of International Affairs
Dilma Rousseff took over the presidency of Brazil a year ago. Her government's policy has been marked by a general continuity of the directions set during President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's tenure (2003–2010). The largest Latin American country keeps growing economically and improving in social indicators, and at the same time is gaining ground as an increasingly influential global player.
Economics, Emerging Markets, International Trade and Finance, Bilateral Relations
Political Geography
America, Europe, Brazil