Archivos de Categoría: Conflicto Armado

Indonesia’s Heavy-Handed Approach in West Papua Is Backfiring

Artículo
World Politics Review, 04.01.2022
Nithin Coca, periodista independiente especializado en temas socioeconómicos y políticos 
del Sudeste Asiático
In late 2018, a violent attack in Indonesia brought sudden, global attention to West Papua, a region whose fight for independence was by then decades old. The attack targeted construction workers who were building a stretch of the controversial...
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A Bold Second-Term Agenda Is Still Guterres’ Best Bet

Artículo
World Politics Review, 03.01.2022
Richard Gowan, director para la ONU del International Crisis Group
Antonio Guterres starts his second five-year term as United Nations secretary-general this week. He spent much of his first term navigating very difficult relations with the administration of former U.S. President Donald Trump. He would like to spend the coming years overhauling...
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Biden Must Choose Between Appeasement and Deterrence in Ukraine

Artículo
Foreign Policy, 09.12.2021
Nigel Gould-Davies, académico (Institute for Strategic Studies) y ex embajador 
británico en Bielorrusia (2007-09)
Russia’s threat on the Ukrainian border is not a bluff, but forceful U.S. financial sanctions could stop Putin from another land grab
U.S. President Joe Biden’s virtual meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday did not resolve the military...
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Conflicto mapuche: Chile nos muestra hacia donde vamos

Columna
La Nación, 21.10.2021
Daniel Santa Cruz
El país vecino lo enfrenta como un conflicto con una organización armada
Adiferencia de otros pueblos originarios latinoamericanos que fueron colonizados hace 400 o 500 años, los mapuches, como otras etnias locales, vivieron de manera independiente hasta fines del siglo XIX e incluso hasta entrado el siglo XX. Esto les otorga...
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The U.N. Needs New Thinking on How to Prevent Civil Wars

Artículo
World Politics Review, 15.10.2021
Charli Carpenter, profesora de ciencia política y estudios legales 
(U. de Massachusetts-Amherst)
Up until the spring, the pro-democracy movement in Myanmar was mainly expressing its opposition to the military junta that seized power in February through peaceful protests. But over the summer, in reaction to the junta’s violent and often lethal response,...
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The Failure in Afghanistan Is Worse Than in Vietnam

Artículo
The Wall Street Journal, 02.10.2021
William Lloyd Stearman, ex miembro del Consejo de Seguridad Nacional
Southeast Asia didn’t fall to communism, and Saigon came closer to winning than reported.
Many have compared America’s defeat in Afghanistan to Vietnam. But the comparison is unfair to Vietnam. The U.S. became involved in Vietnam primarily to counter the communist threat...
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Incongruencias en La Araucanía

Carta
La Tercera, 03.08.2021
Sergio Muñoz Riveros, analista político
La carta de Jorge Pinto publicada ayer, sobre la columna del 29 de julio en la que cuestioné la propuesta de diálogo de los rectores de La Araucanía y el obispo de Temuco, elude el asunto medular: la acción de los grupos político/delictivos que han usurpado la representación...
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Egypt Maneuvers Back to Center Stage

Artículo
World Politics Review, 25.06.2021
Mohamed Elerian, egresado de Queen Mary U. of London y master en derecho internacional 
(LSEPS)
[caption id="attachment_57132" align="alignleft" width="500"] Secretary of State Blinken at a meeting with Egyptian President el-Sisi at the Heliopolis Presidential Palace in Cairo. (AP/Alex Brandon).[/caption] During his first four months...
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Israeli-Palestinian Clashes Resonate Across the Middle East

Columna
World Politics Review, 13.05.2021
Barnaby Papadopulos, periodista independiente y columnista
[caption id="attachment_56680" align="alignleft" width="500"] Smoke rises after an Israeli airstrike in Gaza City, May 11, 2021 (AP/Hatem Moussa).[/caption] Israeli forces and Palestinian militant factions in the Gaza Strip have been engaged in their heaviest exchange of fire this week since...
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