RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Two weeks away from hosting the BRICS summit, Brazil has displayed a diplomatic stance marked by instability and amateurism, according to experts and foreign diplomats stationed in Brazil.
The negative assessments are directed at President Jair Bolsonaro and his Foreign Minister, Ernesto Araújo, who are in charge of leading the negotiations with international partners.
During his 12-day tour of Asia and the Middle East, Bolsonaro reinforced the perception that he would rather govern . . .