Narrativas alternativas sobre o conflito somali: descontinuidades e especifidades históricas

  • Marta Moreno

Resumo

Este artigo tem como objetivo central o combate ao discurso hegemônico ocidental, devido ao seu determinismo histórico, sobre a Somália. O trabalho busca, desta forma, demonstrar como os interesses políticos subjazem a compreensão ocidental da Somália e como este não é fixo. Outra finalidade da pesquisa seria desvendar as características do conflito somali levando em consideração as influências externas.

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Publicado
10-03-2014
Como Citar
Moreno, M. (2014). Narrativas alternativas sobre o conflito somali: descontinuidades e especifidades históricas. Conjuntura Internacional, 11(1), 43-57. Recuperado de https://periodicos.pucminas.br/index.php/conjuntura/article/view/7606
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ANÁLISE CONJUNTURAL