La discusión sobre la relación entre antinarcóticos y contrainsurgencia: ideas para la construcción de un marco teórico diferente

  • Oscar Palma Morales Escuela Superior de Guerra, Colombia
Palabras clave: insurgencia, contrainsurgencia, drogas, antinarcoticos, redes, criminalidad, terrorismo

Resumen

El presente articulo discute la relación entre antinarcóticos y contrainsurgencia. Como lo han explicado varios criminólogos, las insurgencias pueden experimentar procesos de transformación cuando establecen conexiones con organizaciones criminales o a medida que desarrollan actividades criminales por si mismas. El caso de los narcóticos es un ejemplo claro. Los estados han confrontado dicho tipo de insurgencias a través de una combinación de instrumentos de antinarcóticos y contrainsurgencia, pero de acuerdo a algunos académicos, estos no solo son opuestos sino que el primero es contraproducente para el segundo. Este artículo explica como estos dos conceptos, de hecho, son interdependientes y se necesitan mutuamente. Al final, se propone la base, y solo la base, para un marco teórico sobre la relación entre contrainsurgencia y antinarcóticos, sin discutir los detalles que constituirían un paradigma.

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Biografía del autor/a

Oscar Palma Morales, Escuela Superior de Guerra, Colombia

Candidato a Doctor en Relaciones Internacionales en London School of Economics and Political Science, Chevening Scholar del British Council para el Máster en Estudios de Seguridad Internacional en la Universidad de Leicester, Inglaterra.

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Palma Morales, O. (2012). La discusión sobre la relación entre antinarcóticos y contrainsurgencia: ideas para la construcción de un marco teórico diferente. Revista Científica General José María Córdova, 10(10), 49-62. https://doi.org/10.21830/19006586.226

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Publicado
2012-01-30
Sección
Seguridad y Defensa

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