The Brazilian Bloc was a loosely allied group of nations during the Tri-Powers Conflict, primarily lead by Brazil. This was in response to the perceived threats presented by the Juneau Pact and European Defensive Alliance in the aftermath of the Third Global War.
Composed primarily of nations that wished to refrain from joining either of the other two alliances due to differences in ideology, the Brazilian Bloc was known to be the "level headed" of the three groups, usually supporting on or the other alliances on a case by case basis. Due to no central organization and the desire to maintain individual independence, several nations would even vote against the majority of their allies. By the time of the Venezuelan War, the Bloc was already in serious trouble due to the lack of an official structure, with the different members already dividing up in favor of either the Juneau Pact or the EDA. The defeat of Brazil and Colombia by Venezuelan rebels ended the Bloc, with the different members officially joining the other two alliances.
|Argentina||Became Confederate of the EDA in 1979|
|Brazil||Became Confederate of the EDA in 1981|
|Colombia||Became member of the Juneau Pact in 1978|
|Hispaniola||Became Confederate of the EDA in 1978|
|Mexico||Defected from Brazilian Bloc and became Confederate of EDA in 1952|
|Peru-Bolivian Confederation||Became member of the Juneau Pact in 1979|
|Texas||Defected from Brazilian Bloc and became Confederate of EDA in 1952 (puppet of Mexico)|