Venezuela y sus vecinos: la lucha discursiva por América Latina

Palabras clave: Venezuela, América Latina, postestructuralismo, Guerra Fría, elaciones internacionales

Resumen

Durante la última década, Venezuela ha entrado en una profunda recesión, que ha provocado que millones emigren al extranjero. En febrero de 2019, los Estados Unidos y sus aliados reconocieron al gobierno interino de Juan Guaidó, creando un enfrentamiento con el gobierno Chavista de Nicolás Maduro. Este artículo realiza un análisis profundo de la situación en Venezuela a través de múltiples niveles al problematizar nuestra comprensión ontológica de individuos, estados y el sistema internacional. Con un enfoque postestructuralista de la seguridad, sostengo que los individuos han sido retratados en discursos humanitarios contradictorios de tal manera para promover intereses políticos particulares. Además, analizo críticamente el papel del espacio, el tiempo y el multilateralismo, y sus efectos posteriores para el orden mundial del siglo XXI.

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Biografía del autor/a

José Oviedo Pérez, Ohio State University

José O. Pérez is a PhD student in Political at the Ohio State University (OSU), and holds a Masters in International Strategic Studies from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) in Porto Alegre, Brazil. 

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2019-12-10
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Pérez, J. O. (2019). Venezuela y sus vecinos: la lucha discursiva por América Latina . Relaciones Internacionales, 28(57), 53-69. https://doi.org/10.24215/23142766e071
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