The End of the Ottoman Empire and the Evolution of the Middle East Security Complex

  • Jorge M. Lasmar PUC Minas
  • Leonardo C. A. Santa Rita Puc Minas
Palavras-chave: Oriente Médio, Escola Inglesa, Administração das Grandes `Potências, Complexo de Segurança Regional

Resumo

Desde o fim do Império Otomano, o Oriente Médio passou por várias mudanças políticas abruptas e se tornou o palco de uma série de conflitos regionais e disputas entre as grandes potências que impactaram fortemente a forma como este complexo de segurança regional evoluiu. Usando o arcabouço teórico da Escola de Copenhague e da Escola Inglêsa, retraçamos como essas dinâmicas de segurança e insegurança estão em um processo ainda não terminado de constante evolução desde a queda do Império e como esses processos estão inseridos no contexto mais amplo e sistêmico da administração das grandes potências.

Biografia do Autor

Jorge M. Lasmar, PUC Minas

Professor Permanente do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Relações Internacionais da PUC Minas e doutor em Relações Internacionais pela London School of Economics, LSE, Inlgaterra.

Leonardo C. A. Santa Rita, Puc Minas

Aluno do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Relações Internacionais da PUC Minas.

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Publicado
18-02-2021
Como Citar
Lasmar, J. M., & C. A. Santa Rita, L. (2021). The End of the Ottoman Empire and the Evolution of the Middle East Security Complex. Estudos Internacionais: Revista De relações Internacionais Da PUC Minas, 8(4), 166-187. https://doi.org/10.5752/P.2317-773X.2020v8n4p166-187
Seção
Dossiê Império Otomano