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Un experimento pacifista: las política exteriores y deseguridad de Argentina en el siglo XXI

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  • Carlos Escudé

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Después de la crisis de 2001-02, y a pesar de los fuertes gastos militares y compras de armamentos de sus vecinos Chile y Brasil, la Argentina acentuó una política de desarme unilateral que había comenzado en los ’90. El registro histórico sudamericano demuestra que la región es menos propensa a la guerra que Europa, Asia y África, y los sucesivos gobiernos argentinos no han demostrado una preocupación especial frente a la creciente asimetría en capacidades militares. El escenario se aproxima a una situación experimental. ¿La historia falseará o consolidará la hipótesis de que un país sudamericano como Argentina puede desatender su defensa frente a sus vecinos sin arriesgar su integridad territorial? O puesto en los términos inversos, para el caso sudamericano, ¿la historia falseará o consolidará la hipótesis del realismo clásico, que supone que el equilibrio de poder militar no puede desatenderse sin graves consecuencias para la seguridad de un Estado?

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Paper provided by Universidad del CEMA in its series CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. with number 426.

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Length: 16 pages
Date of creation: Jul 2010
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Handle: RePEc:cem:doctra:426

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