La reforma militar rusa de 2008: ¿una respuesta adecuada a las amenazas y retos del siglo veintiuno?

Palabras clave: reforma militar rusa, DOTMLPF, doctrina militar, modernización

Resumen

Mediante la aplicación de una metodología de las ciencias militares llamada DOTMLPF (por sus siglas en inglés), este artículo examina la reforma militar rusa de 2008 para determinar si preparará a Rusia para afrontar amenazas y desafíos contemporáneos. Al analizar la literatura existente con los resultados del análisis DOTMLPF y los principios de pensamiento militar moderno, este artículo ofrece conclusiones sobre la eficacia de la reforma. De igual forma, provee una nueva perspectiva cuando se analizan reformas militares y enfatiza la relevancia de Rusia y su capacidad militar para el balance de poder global.

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Biografía del autor/a

Andres Eduardo Fernandez-Osorio, Escuela Militar de Cadetes General Jose Maria Cordova

Lieutenant Colonel in the National Army of Colombia. PhD candidate in Law and Political Science (University of Barcelona, 2014– ); MA in Economy, State and Society: Politics and Security (University College London); MA in International Relations (Higher School of Economics Moscow); BA in International Relations and Political Science (Nueva Granada Military University); BSc in Military Sciences (Colombian Military Academy).

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Fernandez-Osorio, A. E. (2016). La reforma militar rusa de 2008: ¿una respuesta adecuada a las amenazas y retos del siglo veintiuno?. Revista Científica General José María Córdova, 14(17), 41-82. https://doi.org/10.21830/19006586.5

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