That U.S. President Joe Biden’s arrival in the White House was not well received by Brazil’s far-right President Jair Bolsonaro is an understatement. And this enmity works both ways. A group of NGOs and experts from major U.S. universities submitted a 31-page document to the Biden White House, suggesting that it cut all agreements, negotiations, and political and economic alliances with Mr. Bolsonaro.
Indeed, there is much to undo. Since being sworn in as president in January 2019, President Bolsonaro embarked on an international relations U-turn, transforming the country’s foreign policy into an exclusively pro-Washington platform.