Excellent...but a there are a few things that need to be addressed. (i) Brazil should stop focusing on the three countries (Mozambique, Angola and Guinea Bissau) that share some history with- in this case the Portuguese language - it should instead broaden its engagement further to more Anglo and Francophone countries like Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Egypt. (ii) The country must also address the disparities within. The poor Brazilians are predominantly black, and so I do not think that the country has the moral wherewithal to deal with black Africa without first treating its own population with dignity and respect. (iii) And lastly, Brazil should deploy both capital and technical expertise without strings attached. It should also promote and encourage companies/organizations and other businesses based in Brazil to engage in FDI.