Below are the endnotes from “Is Brazil the New Regional Champion of Democracy?” by Oliver Stuenkel (Fall 2013 AQ.)
- Thomas Carothers and Richard Young. Looking for Help: Will Rising Democracies Become International Democracy Supporters? The Carnegie Papers. Democracy and the Rule of Law. July 2011, Introduction.
- Sean Burges, Jean Daudelin, ‘Brazil: How Realists defend democracy’. In: Thomas Legler, Sharon F. Lean, Dexter S. Boniface (eds.), Promoting Democracy in the Americas, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007, p. 3.
- Carlos Santiso, ‘Promoção e proteção da democracia na política externa brasileira’, Contexto int., Vol. 24, No. 2, Rio de Janeiro, July/Dec. 2002, p. 408.
- The norm of democratic solidarity postulates that the peoples of the Americas have a right to democracy and their governments have an obligation to promote and defend it. See: Representative Democracy, Resolution adopted ad the fifth plenary session, held on June 5, 1991.
- Stuenkel, Oliver. Strategic threats surrounding Brazil. International Reports, Sep. 30, 2010Ed.: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.
- Oliver Stuenkel. Why Brazil Matters. Times of India, September 1, 2010; http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2010-09-01/edit-page/28229782_1_president-luiz-inacio-lula-first-brazilian-president-brazilian-politics#ixzz1145GSdPo (accessed November 1, 2012).