Archivos de Categoría: Conflicto Armado

How the U.S. Should Respond to Russia’s New Escalation in Ukraine

Artículo
World Politics Review, 02.04.2021
Candace Rondeaux, académica y profesora (Center on the Future of War-New America/Arizona State University)
[caption id="attachment_56141" align="alignright" width="405"] A Ukrainian serviceman guards his position near the Line of Contact near Vodiane, 468 miles southeast of Kyiv, eastern Ukraine. (AP/Evgeniy Maloletka).[/caption] For the better part of six...
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India and Pakistan Pursue a Thaw in Kashmir—Again

Artículo
World Politics Review, 30.03.2021
Aryaman Bhatnagar, analista de política internacional basado en India 
[caption id="attachment_56082" align="alignleft" width="405"] An Indian soldier looks toward the Pir Panjal mountain range from a forward posts at the India-Pakistan frontier. (AP/Channi Anand)[/caption] In late February, India and Pakistan announced a cease-fire along their de...
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Siria: la deuda de Chile

Carta
La Tercera, 20.03.2021
Lorenzo Agar Corbinos, doctor en Sociología
La comunidad siria, integrada por cerca de 60.000 descendientes, ve surgir actualmente una cuarta generación de nacidos en este suelo. La cohesión social ha sido ejemplar, llevando la chilenidad y la arabidad en las venas y el corazón. Cerca de...
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Ten Years on, Will There Ever Be Justice for Syria?

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Foreign Policy, 17.03.2021
Janine di Giovanni, ex corresponsal en Siria y académica (Jackson Institute for Global Affairs-Yale)
As the war drags on, there are small glimmers of hope for those seeking reconciliation
[caption id="attachment_55993" align="alignright" width="400"] Mass demonstration in support of the opposition on the 10th anniversary of the the...
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Ukraine: Frozen conflict is hotting up

Blog
Indian Punchline, 03.04.2021
M.K. Bhadrakumar, ex diplomático y columnista indio
[caption id="attachment_55950" align="alignleft" width="400"] US Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Porter sails in the Bosphorus on its way to the Black Sea (Reuters)[/caption] The terrible beauty of “frozen conflicts” is that it takes hardly any effort to turn...
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India and China Need More Than a Border Pullback to Mend Fences

Artículo
World Politics Review, 10.03.2021
Anubhav Gupta, director asociado del Asia Society Policy Institute
[caption id="attachment_55747" align="alignleft" width="405"] An Indian army convoy on the Srinagar- Ladakh highway at Gagangeer in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
(AP/Dar Yasin)[/caption] Along the waters of Pangong Lake, high up in the Himalayas, there was a slackening of shoulders...
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Biden Must Make Hard Choices Quickly on Afghanistan

Artículo
World Politics Review, 26.01.2021
Andrew Watkins , analista del International Crisis Group
[caption id="attachment_54501" align="alignleft" width="405"] Afghan security personnel inspect the site of a bombing attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec. 16, 2020 (AP photo by Rahmat Gul).[/caption] Afghanistan may not rank in the top tier of U.S. President Joe Biden’s policy priorities,...
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Outside Powers Are Making the Conflict in the Central African Republic Worse

Artículo
Foreign Policy, 22.01.2021
John A. Lechner (egresado de Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service) y
Alexandra Lamarche (abogada de Refugees International)
Proxy wars pitting France and Chad against Russia and Rwanda threaten to destabilize the entire region while subjecting Central Africans to more violence and instability
[caption id="attachment_54357" align="alignleft" width="500"] Soldiers with...
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Is Ethiopia Headed for Civil War?

Artículo
Foreign Policy, 05.11.2020
Tom Gardner, periodista basado en Addis Abeba
Abiy Ahmed’s military move against the Tigray region could spark a conflict with the party that once dominated Ethiopian politics—and tear the country apart. 
[caption id="attachment_44012" align="alignleft" width="400"] A man enters a polling station on the day of Tigray's regional...
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Can Russia Steer the Endgame in Nagorno-Karabakh to Its Advantage?

Artículo
World Politics Review, 20.10.2020
Asbed Kotchikian, profesor (Global Studies Department-Bentley University) especializado en los conflictos de la ex URSS 
[caption id="attachment_43895" align="alignright" width="400"] A soldier walks among debris from destroyed houses in Ganja, Azerbaijan. (AP)[/caption] While the fighting is officially between Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh’s ethnic Armenian population, in reality,...
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