Estudos de direito internacional. Formação e evolução do conceito de segurança

Autores

  • João Amorim Esteves Professor de Relações Internacionais da Universidade Lusíada do Porto

Resumo

1. Introdução.
2. Definição de estudos de segurança internacional.
    2.1. Três formas sobre segurança e conceitos adjacentes
    2.2. A fronteira disciplinar dos estudos de segurança internacional.
3. Questões-chave nos estudos de segurança internacional.
    3.1. Epistemologia e debates de segurança.
    3.2. Breve referência aos conceitos de segurança.
4. As forças motrizes na evolução dos estudos de segurança internacional.
5. Estudos estratégicos, dissuasão e guerra-fria.
6. O desafio da segurança nacional durante a guerra-fria.
7. Estudos de segurança internacional pós guerra-fria
8. O retorno à segurança nacional após o 11 de Setembro.
9. Conclusão.

Palavras-chave:

Estudos de segurança internacional, Guerra-fria, Segurança nacional

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Esteves, J. A. (2015). Estudos de direito internacional. Formação e evolução do conceito de segurança. Lusíada. Direito, (12), 51–98. Obtido de http://revistas.lis.ulusiada.pt/index.php/ldl/article/view/2226

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