[O]pposition like this could create difficulties for the relationship between Brazil’s government and Washington.
Although Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump seem to share a similar far-right ideology, neither have much in common when it comes to policymaking.
<i>Relocating an embassy is the kind of promise the government would rather forget.</i>
Apparently, the idea of relocating the Brazilian embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is falling within the realm of campaign promises the government would rather see forgotten.
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It is up to us, not just to build a resistance to this movement, but to confront it.
The U.S. president is known to require absolute loyalty and offer nothing in return.
[E]ven U.S. allies are no longer willing to take sides when the U.S. and China have conflicts.
The continent's geopolitics will hinge around Trump, López Obrador and Bolsonaro, three leaders for whom foreign policy cannot be understood without a prior reinforcement of the domestic one.
Just like Trump, Bolsonaro had an election campaign in which he presented himself as an anti-establishment candidate that would not replicate the worn-out practices of traditional politics.
Araújo positioned himself ... as a “Trumpist,” as a party to the highly nationalistic − and anti-globalist − vision that the president of the United States embodies.