International Securities: global inequalities and new threats

María Eugenia Cardinale

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This article proposes to present diverse perspectives on international security. We divide the analysis in two pillars: an approach characteristic of the strongest powers and, on the other hand, a security view that take into account international hierarchies, where is possible to identify global inequalities. We examine the second pillar, understanding that autonomy is the basis for security considerations from the Global South.


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International securities-hierarchy-new threats

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22456/2178-8839.72564

 

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