The role of Brazil in the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT)

Abstract Although Brazil has been an active voice in ICCAT in the past ten years, its leadership has been declining. This paper examines what might explain the variation of international influence Brazil has had in addressing the issues at ICCAT and argues that if Brazil wants to preserve its leadership, it must demonstrate commitment to its own waters while strengthening governmental institutions.

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Main Author: Gonçalves,Leandra Regina
Format: Digital revista
Published: Centro de Estudos Globais da Universidade de Brasília 2019
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