By Fernanda Magnotta
That is what Fernanda Magnotta, professor and coordinator of the International Relations course at Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP), says in an interview for Canal UM BRASIL, a FecomercioSP project.
Characterized by the existence of three or more powers, the multipolar world is an unstable and insecure one since it provides the possibility of conflict among countries that, in their search for hegemony, wish to impose themselves over others.
In this context, nations outside this dispute, such as Brazil, can help write new definitions of the international order. However, to insert itself in a relevant way . . .