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Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional

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SARAIVA, José Flávio Sombra. The new Africa and Brazil in the Lula era: the rebirth of Brazilian Atlantic Policy. Rev. bras. polít. int. [online]. 2010, vol.53, n.spe, pp. 169-182. ISSN 0034-7329.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0034-73292010000300010.

In the post-Cold War world, Africa has been an important focus of Brazilian foreign policy. Having a significant historical weight in building our nation, African countries are also part of the moves adopted by Brazil's foreign policy. The main purpose of the present text is to show this relevant regional dimension regarding Brazil's international insertion during the Lula era. The work is divided in two parts: the first part approaches Africa's international insertion throughout recent years and the second analyses the dimension occupied by African affairs in Brazil during the Lula era. The main argument is that the new role played by Africa in the international scene coincides with a global Brazil

Keywords : Brazilian foreign policy; African continent; Brazilian Atlantic Policy.

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