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Brazil and the institutionalization of South America: from hemispheric estrangement to cooperative hegemony

By Carlos Gustavo Poggio Teixeira, Atkins G. Pope, Bandeira Moniz, Becker Elizabeth, Bernier Ivan, Burges Sean W., Cardoso Fernando Henrique, Cardoso Fernando Henrique, Cardoso Fernando Henrique, Carranza Mario E, Carranza Mario E., Carranza Mario E., Catanhede Eliane, Cervo Amado Luiz, Domínguez Jorge I., Fauriol Georges A., Feinberg Richard E, Franko Patrice M., Gilpin Robert, Haggard Stephan, Handelman Stephen, Hirschman Albert O., Hirst Mônica, Hurrell Andrew, Jardim Claudia, Katzenstein Peter J., Keohane Robert O., Keohane Robert O., Kissinger Henry, Lampreia Luiz Felipe, Mayer Frederick, Mera Laura Gomez, Munck Ronaldo, Munck Ronaldo, O’Keefe Thomas Andrew, Pedersen Thomas, Petras James, Phillips Nicola, Preusse Heinz G., Roett Riordan, Rohter Larry, Rohter Larry, Rohter Larry, Romero Simon, Rompay Jan van, Rugman Alan M, Schott Jeffrey J., Smith Joseph, Stephenson Sherry M., Sweeney John, Tokatlian Juan Gabriel, Vizentini Paulo Gilberto Fagundes, Weintraub Sidney and Whitt Jr Joseph A.
Publisher: 'FapUNIFESP (SciELO)'
Year: 2011
DOI identifier: 10.1590/S0034-73292011000200010
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