Análisis de la privatización de las guerras como respuesta de EEUU a las guerras asimétricas en el caso de Irak, 2003-2010

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reponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR

Publication Year:
2012
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Repository URL:
http://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/4155
Author(s):
Muñoz Vélez, Lorena Alexandra; Internacionalista
Publisher(s):
Facultad de Relaciones Internacionales; Universidad del Rosario
Tags:
Irak; guerra asimétrica; seguridad; privatización de las guerras; compañias militares privadas; Estados unidos::Política Militar; Empresas militares de seguridad privada (Emsp); Guerra de Irak, 2003::Estudio de Casos; Privatización::Estados Unidos; Seguridad nacional::Estados Unidos; asymmetric conflict; private military companies; ESTADOS UNIDOS - POLÍTICA MILITAR - 2003-2010; EMPRESAS MILITARES DE SEGURIDAD PRIVADA (EMSP); GUERRA DE IRAK, 2003 - ESTUDIO DE CASOS; PRIVATIZACION - ESTADOS UNIDOS - 2003-2010; SEGURIDAD NACIONAL - ESTADOS UNIDOS - 2003-2010
thesis / dissertation description
The Iraq war conducted in 2003 by the U.S., revealed a particular type scenario of asymmetric warfare, in which was exposed medially the role of Private Security Military Firms, as key players in strategic terms for the development of these conflicts. Thus arises the interest for analyzing the causes that argued the use of private military firms for military intervention in Iraq in 2003, providing a perspective that articulates different conceptual positions, to understand the strategic decision took by the U.S. Government, in the context of a war that took longer than expected and highlighted the role of these companies.