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Strategic Forum №284 January 2014

Strategic Forum №284 January 2014The Defense Acquisition Trilemma: The Case of Brazil

by Patrice Franko

About the Author

Dr. Patrice Franko is Grossman 

Professor of Economics and Professor 

of Global Studies at Colby College

 Brazil is a puzzling new player in the global system. Emerging as a complex international actor, it has come to be seen as a significant economic competitor and dynamic force in world politics.1 But transformational changes in the economic and political realms have not been accompanied by advances in military power. While Brazil has entered the world stage as an agile soft power exercising influence in setting global agendas and earning a seat at the economic table of policymakers, its military capacity lags. The national security strategy announced under President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in 2008 intended to redress this power gap. President Dilma Rousseff ’s 2011 White Paper—so detailed that it is called a “White Book”—provides the conceptual roadmap to achieve a new military balance. But military modernization is still a work in progress

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