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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2017.tde-13042017-095614
Document
Author
Full name
Pedro Christian Lüders
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Ferlini, Vera Lucia Amaral (President)
Serrath, Pablo Oller Mont
Soares, Lucas Jannoni
Title in Portuguese
Portugal e o comércio do Rio da Prata (1640 - 1680)
Keywords in Portuguese
Angola
Brasil
Buenos Aires
Comércio
Contrabando
Império
Prata
Abstract in Portuguese
A política de Portugal acerca de seu Império no Atlântico Sul é bastante consistente ao longo de toda a segunda metade do século XVII. Em face das dificuldades em torno de sua Restauração em 1640, a Monarquia Portuguesa desenvolverá um plano coerente de integração entre diversos pontos estratégicos espalhados pelo Oceano Atlântico. Serão eles o Brasil e sua produção de açúcar, a África e seu tráfico de escravos, e o Rio da Prata e seu contrabando de metal. Ao aspirar, para seu proveito econômico, o controle das rotas marítimas que integravam estes espaços entre si e com a Europa, disputando-as com outras potências, a Coroa de Portugal responderá aos desafios que a Restauração lhe impunha por meio de objetivos permanentes que, não obstante alterações conjunturais, serão desenvolvidos e perseguidos durante as décadas seguintes, até culminarem na fundação da Nova Colônia do Sacramento em 1680.
Title in English
Portugal and the Rio de la Plata Trade (1640-1680)
Keywords in English
Angola
Brazil
Buenos Aires
Contraband
Empire
Silver
Trade
Abstract in English
Portugal´s policy about its Empire in the South Atlantic is quite consistent during all the second half of the 17th century. Because of the difficulties around its Restoration in 1640, the Portuguese Monarchy would develop a coherent plan of integration between several strategic points spread in the Atlantic Ocean. They would be Brazil and its production of sugar, Africa and its slave trade, and the Rio de la Plata and its contraband of metals. By aspiring, for its own economic sake, the control of the maritime routes which integrated those places between themselves and with Europe, disputing them against other powers, the Crown of Portugal would answer the challenges imposed by the Restoration with permanent objectives which, despite changes in conjuncture, would be developed and pursued during the following decades, until its culmination in the foundation of Nova Colônia do Sacramento in 1680.
 
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2017-04-13
 
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