Biden’s Victory Could Add Pressure on Bolsonaro to Replace Two Ministers

In Brasília, diplomats are waiting to find out if Brazilian officials will embrace pragmatism in foreign and environmental policy, rather than ideology.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Unless he takes a 180-degree turn in his foreign relations and environmental policies, Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro risks becoming an international pariah. Yet the Brazilian President continues to disregard the Foreign Affair's tradition of not speaking out about other countries' presidential disputes, and even before the final result, he again attacked President-elect Joe Biden.

"The Democrat candidate discussed the Amazon twice. Is this what we want for Brazil? There is an interference from abroad towards Brazil," he declared to supporters on Wednesday in Brasília. Earlier, he had said that "hope is . . .

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