Da Diplomacia das Canhoneiras às Alternativas Híbridas de Cooperação no Espaço Oceânico: Uma Reflexão Crítica sobre a Mobilização Internacional contra a Pirataria Marítima

  • Gilberto Carvalho Oliveira Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Palavras-chave: Diplomacia informal, Governança global, Pirataria, Segurança marítima, Somália

Resumo

Com base no caso da pirataria nas costas da Somália e de algumas mobilizações não-oficiais de comunidades costeiras contra o problema, o artigo pretende mostrar como uma combinação de iniciativas informais da esfera local com os mecanismos formais de intervenção internacional podem levar a uma abordagem diplomática alternativa – designada pela expressão “abordagem híbrida à pirataria” – capaz de produzir iniciativas que não se limitem à diplomacia coerciva que até o momento prevalece na resposta dominante dada ao problema.

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Biografia do Autor

Gilberto Carvalho Oliveira, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Doutor em Relações Internacionais (Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal). Professor-Adjunto da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ).

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15-08-2015
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Oliveira, G. C. (2015). Da Diplomacia das Canhoneiras às Alternativas Híbridas de Cooperação no Espaço Oceânico: Uma Reflexão Crítica sobre a Mobilização Internacional contra a Pirataria Marítima. Carta Internacional, 10(2), 5-23. https://doi.org/10.21530/ci.v10n2.2015.298
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