Perception gaps between Brazil and the US on nuclear matters

In the last few years, Brazil has been presenting itself as an emerging power increasingly active in global nuclear diplomacy.  In this context, Togzhan Kassenova, associate researcher in the Nuclear Policy Program at the Carnegie Endowment – currently a visiting fellow at FGV’s Centre for International Relations, based at CPDOC - presents her research on Brazil’s and United States’ different perspectives on nuclear matters. In this short interview, Kassenova gives a brief explanation about her research and exposes the reasons which led her to develop it.


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