Operaciones militares en el extranjero y cultura política italiana. Un análisis de contenido en cuatro partes

  • Alessandro Sangalli  Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Palabras clave: Partidos italianos, política exterior, operaciones militares en el extranjero, constructivismo social

Resumen

Los enfoques constructivistas de la paz y los estudios de guerra se han centrado en las culturas políticas de los estados y las concepciones de roles para definir los marcos normativos específicos que informan las decisiones sobre el despliegue militar. El objetivo de este documento es analizar la cultura política de Italia y su relación con los campos de seguridad y defensa, considerando la perspectiva particular de los partidos de extrema izquierda y de extrema derecha. Basado en el análisis del contenido del programa electoral y de los discursos que apoyan el voto y el análisis de datos de los votos parlamentarios, este artículo se centra en los argumentos, normas y valores respaldados y presentados por estos partidos para comprender cómo las ideologías radicales se relacionan con la cultura de seguridad nacional a la hora de tomar posiciones en operaciones militares en el extranjero. Los hallazgos muestran una gran diferencia entre las preferencias y narrativas de la política exterior de los partidos de extrema izquierda y de extrema derecha. No obstante, la probabilidad de que los argumentos radicales influyan de manera efectiva en el ámbito de la toma de decisiones es inconsistente.

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Biografía del autor/a

Alessandro Sangalli , Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

BA International Studies and European Institutions, University of Milan, Milan. MSc Political Science: International Relations and Transnational Governance, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam.

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2018-11-19
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Sangalli , A. (2018). Operaciones militares en el extranjero y cultura política italiana. Un análisis de contenido en cuatro partes. Escenarios: Empresa Y Territorio, 7(9). Recuperado a partir de http://revistas.esumer.edu.co/index.php/escenarios/article/view/33
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