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dc.contributor.authorRoss, César
dc.contributor.authorMontaner, Gonzalo
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dc.date.issued2017-05-30
dc.identifierhttp://revistas.unimilitar.edu.co/index.php/ries/article/view/2321
dc.identifier10.18359/ries.2321
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dc.description9/11/ 01 caused a huge impact not only on international politics and economies; in addition, the academic world was shook as well, as it was pressed to offer explanations to allow the understanding of what was happening and to guide decision-making processes. Intellectuals subscribed to different schools of thought started to propose different options in a process which achieved such immediate objective but that also revealed latent epistemological tensions; the result was an intense debate, both complex and erudite.  The post-9/11 intellectual debate was captivated by Samuel Huntington’s thesis concerning the clash of civilizations, where the civilizational and cultural dimension became the critical factor. In this discussion, even though religion was present, it failed to become central as indeed it was during the phenomenon witnessed in 9/11. This paradox caused a great energy squandering in the search for explanative causes when only fragments of them were actually available. Hence, this study pretends to offer a critical balance of the discussion regarding security after 9/11, presenting an assessment of authors, questions, and circulating hypotheses; the aim is to propose a verified map of the debate since its beginnings. eng
dc.descriptionEl 9/11 de 2001 generó un gran impacto no solo en la política y las economías internacionales, sino además en el mundo académico, que fue demandado por explicaciones que permitieran comprender lo que ocurría y que guiaran la toma de decisiones.Intelectuales adscritos a diferentes corrientes de pensamiento comenzaron a ensayar diversas opciones en un proceso que avanzó en su objetivo inmediato, pero que también reveló tensiones epistemológicas larvadas, con lo cual se pudo asistir a un debate intenso, complejo y erudito.El debate intelectual post 9/11 quedó cautivo por la tesis de Samuel Huntington sobre choque de civilizaciones, donde la dimensión civilizacional y cultural se transformó en el factor crítico. En esta discusión, si bien la religión estuvo presente, no alcanzó la centralidad que en efecto tuvo en el fenómeno vislumbrado con el 9/11. Esta paradoja llevó a que se gastara mucha energía en buscar las claves explicativas donde solo había fragmentos de ella.Por lo anterior, este estudio pretende ofrecer un balance crítico de la discusión sobre seguridad después del 9/11, haciendo un examen de autores, preguntas e hipótesis en circulación, a fin de contar con el mapa del debate verificado desde entonces.spa
dc.descriptionO dia 9/11 de 2001 gerou um grande impacto não somente na política e nas economias internacionais, mas também no mundo acadêmico, que foi requisitado por explicações que permitiram compreender o que acontecia e guiaram a tomada de decisões. Intelectuais ligados a diferentes correntes de pensamento começaram a ensaiar diversas opções em um processo que avançou no seu objetivo imediato, mas que também revelou tensões “epistemológicas larvadas”, com o qual se pode assistir a um debate intenso, complexo e erudito. Debates intelectuais post 9/11 ficou cativo pelas teses de Samuel Huntington sobre choque de civilizações, onde a dimensão civilizacional e cultural se transformou no fator crítico. Nesse discursão, sim bem a religião esteve presente, não conseguiu a centralização que em efeito teve no fenômeno vislumbrado com o 9/11. Este antagonismo levou a que, se gastara muita energia na procura das chaves explicativas onde dela somente havia fragmentos. Pelo anterior este estudo pretende oferecer um balance crítico da discusao sobre seguranca despois do 9/11, fazendo em exame de autores, perguntas e hipóteses em circulação a fim de contar com o mapa do debate verificado naquele momento.por
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dc.publisherUniversidad Militar Nueva Granadaspa
dc.rightsDerechos de autor 2017 Revista de relaciones internacionales, estrategia y seguridadspa
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dc.sourceRevista Relaciones Internacionales, Estrategia y Seguridad; Vol 12 No 2 (2017): REVISTA DE RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES, ESTRATEGIA Y SEGURIDAD; 15-42eng
dc.sourceRevista Relaciones Internacionales, Estrategia y Seguridad; Vol. 12 Núm. 2 (2017): REVISTA DE RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES, ESTRATEGIA Y SEGURIDAD; 15-42spa
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dc.titleThe post-9/11 security studies agenda: what is being discussed and who are being discussed?eng
dc.titleLa agenda de los estudios de seguridad post 9/11: ¿de qué y quiénes hablan?spa
dc.titleA agenda dos estudos de segurança post 9/11: de que e de quem falam?por
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