BRICS: Brazil’s Position Within the Anti-U.S. and pro-Venezuela Bloc

How is Brazil dealing with its BRICS' partners, so seemingly misaligned with its new foreign policy? Pragmatically, ignoring ideological issues or only marginally addressing them to prioritize trade and strategic partnerships. The member countries do not expect agreement on foreign policy issues.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As a member of BRICS, the largest group of emerging economies, Brazil coexists with nations that are opposed to issues that are sensitive to the Bolsonaro government in the international scenario. These countries are also among the main adversaries of the USA, regarded as the preferred partner by the Brazilian government and with whom the current administration maintains an ideological alignment.

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