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El Conflicto Indo-Pakistaní

  • Matías Alejandro Magnasco
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    En el presente trabajo se hará un análisis del conflicto por Cachemira y la relación indo-pakistaní. Comenzaré con una breve descripción histórica de las Relaciones Internacionales en la región, con especial énfasis en la cuestión cachemir, ya que creo no se puede entender la situación actual sin comprender la evolución histórica de la diplomacia de las partes en juego. Le doy suma importancia a la cuestión nuclear, siguiendo la teoría de Robert Gilpin en su obra “Cambio y Continuidad en la Política Mundial”, como medio de disuasión y poder y como condicionante de la diplomacia seguida por ambos Estados, máxime luego de la primera explosión nuclear por parte de la República Islámica de Pakistán en 1998. Analizaré, para esto, las relaciones entre las potencias de la región, para lo cual incluiré el papel de Israel en este escenario. El objetivo del trabajo será llegar a una idea sobre el futuro del conflicto indo-pakistaní, para lo cual no me basaré explícitamente en hechos históricos concretos, a menos que sean claves para el análisis, sino más bien intentaré analizar las acciones de los Jefes de Estado implicados y sus relaciones de poder.

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