Brazil: U.S. Strategy for the Year 2000
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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Brazil is a struggling nation, both politically and economically. Her global diplomatic strategy is economically oriented as she courts both communist and non-communist countries for technology transfers and markets for her products which include a long line of military hardware. Brazils democratic future depends upon her current political leaderships ability to stabilize and correct these problems before the military assumes control. Future United States strategy with Brazil should be improved International Military Education and Training assistance, influencing the international money markets to restructure Third World debt in the interest of all, and the opening of trade restrictions. Political science, Economics.
- Government and Political Science