HIERARQUIA SOB A ANARQUIA: POSSIBILIDADES ESTRATÉGICAS NO DILEMA DE SEGURANÇA PARA A SEMIPERIFERIA

  • Lucas de Oliveira Paes Departamento de Economia e Relações Internacionais - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Programa de Pós-Graduação em Estudos Estratégicos Internacionais - PPPGEEI/UFRGS
  • José Miguel Quedi Martins Departamento de Economia e Relações Internacionais - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Programa de Pós-Graduação em Estudos Estratégicos Internacionais - PPPGEEI/UFRGS
Palavras-chave: Semiperiferia, Dilema de Segurança, Hierarquia, Anarquia, Teoria de Relações Internacionais

Resumo

Este trabalho problematiza o dilema de segurança para a Semiperiferia. A particularidade desse dilema para tais países é expressa por sua limitação na produção de respostas efetivas a ganhos de segurança alheios no nível sistêmico, dada sua restrição estática de recursos. Estuda-se como a especificidade social e funcional da Semiperiferia no sistema pode ser mais bem aproveitada em possibilidades estratégicas para além das previstas no dilema de segurança guiado pela anarquia. Busca-se ampliar a variabilidade comportamental do Realismo Estrutural, incorporando mecanismos interativos hierarquizados capazes mais bem de gerenciar a assimetria de recursos entre as unidades em meio à anarquiaRecebido em: 06 janeiro 2015Aceito em: 13 julho 2015

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Lucas de Oliveira Paes, Departamento de Economia e Relações Internacionais - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Programa de Pós-Graduação em Estudos Estratégicos Internacionais - PPPGEEI/UFRGS
Graduado em Relações Internacionais pela UFRGS e mestrando do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Estudos EstratégicosInternacionais da mesma universidade
José Miguel Quedi Martins, Departamento de Economia e Relações Internacionais - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Programa de Pós-Graduação em Estudos Estratégicos Internacionais - PPPGEEI/UFRGS
Professor adjunto do Departamento de Economia e Relações Internacionais da UFRGS

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Paes, L. de O., & Martins, J. M. Q. (2014). HIERARQUIA SOB A ANARQUIA: POSSIBILIDADES ESTRATÉGICAS NO DILEMA DE SEGURANÇA PARA A SEMIPERIFERIA. Carta Internacional, 9(2), 72-95. Recuperado de https://www.cartainternacional.abri.org.br/Carta/article/view/191
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