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EE.UU. en guerra: Incidencia del factor tecnológico militar en su postura estratégica

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La pregunta del presente artículo es acerca del peso que tiene en el liderazgo político de EE.UU. el desarrollo tecnológico militar, tanto en la decisión de ir a la guerra y en la forma de combatir. Las FF.AA. norteamericanas tienen un despliegue territorial global, profundo y diverso que se organiza a través de comandos de combate regionales y tres comandos globales siguiendo la premisa del control del “comando del espacio comun”. La “fe” en la tecnología como capacidad que permite resolver un conflicto de manera decisiva ha dado forma a la discusión sobre el uso de la fuerza facilitando cierto estado perpetuidad de su despliegue militar y frecuencia de empleo. La aparición de limites al momento de alcanzar dichos objetivos ha puesto en revisión esta idea dejando al descubierto un necesario replanteo de reducción de sus intervenciones militares alrededor del mundo a los efectos de conservar su posición militar dominante.

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  • Juan Battaleme, 2017. "EE.UU. en guerra: Incidencia del factor tecnológico militar en su postura estratégica," CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. 606, Universidad del CEMA.
  • Handle: RePEc:cem:doctra:606
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