Q&A: Brazil’s Foreign Minister Mauro Vieira on the “Lula Doctrine”

By Brian Winter

An exclusive interview with Brazil’s top diplomat, on the relationship with China, the U.S., the need for multilateral reform, and more.

This article is a preview of Americas Quarterly’s upcoming special report, “What Lula Means for Latin America,” to be published in April. (Ler em português) BRASILIA — “Brazil is back,” declared President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva at an international conference shortly after his election. But what does that mean in practice for its relationships with the rest of Latin America, how it navigates the growing competition between China and the United States, and key flashpoints like the Ukraine war, Venezuela and Nicaragua Some of the answers will sound familiar to those who...

Read this article on the Americas Quarterly website. | Subscribe to AQ.