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Title: Horizontal cooperation in Terra Linda: myth or bet?
Keywords: international cooperation
economic development
decision making
food safety
water resources
agricultural productivity
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Escola Nacional de Administração Pública (Enap)
Abstract: In the last decades, the prominent role of Brazil in the international political arena has become more evident. The country has acted to promote cooperation for the development of various countries with quite complex problems, seeking to change social and economic structures through long-term actions. This case study presents the summary of a diagnosis made by a consultant hired by the fictitious government of Terra Linda in order to assist the preparation of a horizontal cooperation project to be developed with Brazil. Although this is an imaginary country, the Case Study is based on real data and aims to stimulate the debate on how best to manage a partnership between nation-states, the priority areas to be addressed, how best to use resources as well as the role of each actor involved.
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