PERCEPTIONS, IDENTITIES AND INTERESTS IN SOUTH–SOUTH COOPERATION: THE CASES OF CHILE, VENEZUELA AND BRAZIL.
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Perceptions, identities and interests in South–South cooperation: the cases of Chile, Venezuela and Brazil.

 

The relevance acquired in recent years by South–South cooperation seems to be connected with deeper structural transformations occurring in the international system. However, the variety of cooperation models promoted by new providers in the South requires the identification of complementary factors to help explain current patterns. A set of socio-cognitive elements, related to each country’s perceptions, identities and interests, can yield greater understanding of the variety of South–South cooperation models. Such an approach is here applied to the cases of Chile, Venezuela and Brazil – three important providers from the South – in order to explore their different cooperation models.

Keywords: International development cooperation, South–South cooperation, Chilean cooperation, Venezuelan cooperation, Brazilian cooperation

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