Politics, Business & Culture in the Americas

Endnotes: Is Brazil the New Regional Champion of Democracy?

Below are the endnotes from “Is Brazil the New Regional Champion of Democracy?” by Oliver Stuenkel (Fall 2013 AQ.)

  1. Thomas Carothers and Richard Young. Looking for Help: Will Rising Democracies Become International Democracy Supporters? The Carnegie Papers. Democracy and the Rule of Law. July 2011, Introduction.
  2. Sean Burges, Jean Daudelin, ‘Brazil: How Realists defend democracy’. In: Thomas Legler, Sharon F. Lean, Dexter S. Boniface (eds.), Promoting Democracy in the Americas, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007, p. 3.
  3. Carlos Santiso, ‘Promoção e proteção da democracia na política externa brasileira’, Contexto int., Vol. 24, No. 2, Rio de Janeiro, July/Dec. 2002, p. 408.
  4. The norm of democratic solidarity postulates that the peoples of the Americas have a right to democracy and their governments have an obligation to promote and defend it. See: Representative Democracy, Resolution adopted ad the fifth plenary session, held on June 5, 1991.
  5. Stuenkel, Oliver. Strategic threats surrounding Brazil. International Reports, Sep. 30, 2010Ed.: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.
  6. Oliver Stuenkel. Why Brazil Matters. Times of India, September 1, 2010; http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2010-09-01/edit-page/28229782_1_president-luiz-inacio-lula-first-brazilian-president-brazilian-politics#ixzz1145GSdPo (accessed November 1, 2012).
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