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New From CFR: John Campbell on Brazil’s Role in Africa

Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (C) addresses the media during a visit to the future site of an anti-retroviral factory near Mozambique's capital Maputo on November 10, 2010 (Grant Lee Neuenberg/Courtesy Reuters).

May 2, 2013

Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (C) addresses the media during a visit to the future site of an anti-retroviral factory near Mozambique's capital Maputo on November 10, 2010 (Grant Lee Neuenberg/Courtesy Reuters).
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Yesterday on his blog, CFR senior fellow John Campbell wrote about Brazil’s involvement in and assistance to Africa. As he argues:

Brazil’s expanding role in Africa is overshadowed in the international media by China and India’s larger role. (So, too, is South Africa’s role.) But, Brazil’s approach to Africa appears to be the more broadly based, with important political and developmental aspects, as well as economic.

You can read the full post here. The Development Channel has also been following the role of emerging donors through Emerging Voices posts and a Question of the Week series about China and Africa. Last month, CFR senior fellow Isobel Coleman analyzed the proposed BRICS development bank, a potentially important milestone for emerging donors.

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