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dc.contributor.authorZambrano Jáuregui, Camilo
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dc.date.issued2013-01-12
dc.identifierhttp://revistas.unimilitar.edu.co/index.php/ries/article/view/64
dc.identifier10.18359/ries.64
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10654/34558
dc.descriptionMultilateralism has been loaded with some contradictions of origin; it is described as a nongeographic concept, though its implementation has been shaped by issues of geopolitics and geostrategy. The international system also faces significant changes that have structural consequences. Some of these changes include the reconfiguration of the military and their vital missions, the restructuring of the global economy and the respective weight that different nations have and the growing evidence of a limited role of the UN and its organizations. In this regard, the question is then whether the new configuration of the system and the resulting challenges also require deep changes to multilateralism, as we know it today, concluding that emerging powers must assume a leadership role and disburse the costs implicit with the new role they are taking.eng
dc.descriptionEl multilatéralismo ha estado cargado por algunas contradicciones de origen; se describe como un concepto no geográfico, no obstante su aplicación ha estado plasmada por temas de geopolítica y geo-estrategia. El sistema internacional también enfrenta cambios significativos y que tienen consecuencias de carácter estructural. Algunos de estos cambios incluyen la reconfiguración de las fuerzas militares y sus misiones vitales, la recomposición de la economía mundial y el respectivo peso que las diferentes naciones tienen y la creciente evidencia de un papel limitado de Naciones Unidas y sus organizaciones. En este sentido, cabe preguntarse entonces si la nueva configuración del sistema y los desafíos que estos suponen también exige llevar a cabo modificaciones y reformas profundas al multilateralismo, tal como lo conocemos hoy en día, concluyendo que las potencias emergentes deben asumir su rol de liderazgo y afrontar los costos implícitos con el nuevo rol que les compete.spa
dc.descriptionO multilateralismo sempre teve algumas contradições de origem. Ele é descrito como um conceito não geográfico, porém a sua aplicação tem sido moldada por questões de geopolítica e geoestratégia. O sistema internacional também se depara com mudanças significativas, que têm consequências estruturais. Algumas dessas mudanças incluem a reconfiguração dos militares e de suas missões vitais, a reestruturação da economia global e o respectivo peso que as diferentes nações têm, e a crescente evidência de um papel limitado da ONU e de suas organizações. Neste sentido, a questão é se a nova configuração do sistema e os desafios que isso implica, também demanda realizar modificações e reformas profundas no multilateralismo, como o conhecemos hoje em dia, e se conclui que as potências emergentes devem assumir um papel de liderança e enfrentar os custos decorrentes do novo papel que lhes pertence.por
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dc.publisherUniversidad Militar Nueva Granadaspa
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dc.sourceRevista Relaciones Internacionales, Estrategia y Seguridad; Vol 8 No 1 (2013): REVISTA DE RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES, ESTRATEGIA Y SEGURIDAD; 45-60eng
dc.sourceRevista Relaciones Internacionales, Estrategia y Seguridad; Vol. 8 Núm. 1 (2013): REVISTA DE RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES, ESTRATEGIA Y SEGURIDAD; 45-60spa
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dc.source1909-3063
dc.titlePresent-day multilateralism: crisis and challengeseng
dc.titleEl multilateralismo actual: crisis y desafíosspa
dc.titleMultilateralismo atual: crise e desafiospor
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dc.subject.proposalMultilateralismeng
dc.subject.proposalcrisiseng
dc.subject.proposalemerging powereng
dc.subject.proposalgeo-politicseng
dc.subject.proposalgovernanceeng
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