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      Enlarging the donor base: an analysis of the World Food Programme’s reform process and the Brazilian bridge diplomacy

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          Abstract Brazil became one of the world’s largest food donors after the WFP went through a reform process. The reform allowed non-traditional donors to donate food provided that other partners paid for logistical costs. We analyzed the reform process through documental analysis and interviews to understand Brazil’s role in this. The results show that both actors had complementary interests. However, whilst Brazil had ambitions of prominence in this area, it adopted a rule-taker position. The WFP’s Secretariat was the main driving force in the process and, to some extent, co-opted Brazil.

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                Journal
                rbpi
                Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional
                Rev. bras. polít. int.
                Instituto Brasileiro de Relações Internacionais (Brasília, DF, Brazil )
                0034-7329
                1983-3121
                2020
                : 63
                : 2
                : e003
                Affiliations
                [2] Recife PE orgnameFederal University of Pernambuco orgdiv1Graduate Programme in Political Science Brazil (jeniferqs@ 123456gmail.com)
                [1] João Pessoa orgnameUniversidade Federal da Paraíba orgdiv1Department of International Relations Brazil (tlima@ 123456ccsa.ufpb.br)
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                S0034-73292020000200204 S0034-7329(20)06300200204
                10.1590/0034-7329202000203
                dfabd9d9-efec-4b04-bc6c-e711c6a42428

                This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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                : 06 April 2020
                : 20 November 2019
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                Graduation Dilemma,Brazilian Foreign Policy,World Food Programme,Emerging Donors,Humanitarian Cooperation

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