This comprehensive book traces the full arc of U.S.-Brazilian bilateral relations over time. Despite the common critique of U.S. ""neglect"" of Brazil, Britta H. Crandall convincingly shows that the relationship has been marked by mutual, ongoing policy engagement. To be sure, different relative power positions and foreign policy traditions have limited high-level bilateral engagement. However, Crandall argues convincingly that the diminishing power disparity between the United States and Brazil is leading to closer ties in the twenty-first century-a trend that will bring about gro
pt. 1. 1893 to World War II pt. 2. The Cold War pt. 3. Post-Cold War.
Description based upon print version of record. Includes bibliographical references (p. 195-200) and index.