Brazil First, Climate Last
Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro dismissed the formation of the Alliance for multilateralism at the United Nations, describing it as a “useless institution.” The Brazils president shares motives similar to the Americas of pleasing their local political base and never caring about anything else, not even the Amazon protection. Brazil has no focus on climate change but only prioritizes countries and ideas that offer enhanced trade technologies and their internal development (Casarões & Flemes, 2019). President Jair Bolsonaro’s policies also originated from anti-globalism and his general anti-workers party, which is the heart of many of his people. In Brazil’s campaign, Jair mimicked President Trump’s electoral tactics, which has made an excellent bilateral relationship with Washington as president Chair has gone to limits of being anti-Chinese even though china has significantly helped Brazil with the solutions previously.
The Brazil president had promised the UN when elected and had taken trips to Israel to get a knowhow on the irrigation technology that he was to implement to help his people. With most risks in place for Jairs’ foreign policy, he is, however, no near consent of his plans. He has managed to form an anti-globalist foreign policy triangle to help in his proud local achievements. Germany and Brazil relations in issues concerning climate change, migration, human rights, and conflicts in the middle east have shifted (Casarões & Flemes, 2019). They have now held them at opposition sides relating the matters.
Brazil has signed new trade policies with the EU. In The EU Mesrcosur agreement, the administration in government has brought a new stand in Brazil’s climate change and human rights. They have also ensured that indigenous people of Brazil are taken care of, and new agricultural technologies are set up in Brazil to boost their production and trade capabilities with the new policies.