La mortalidad del COVID-19 como prueba factual para fortalecer las estrategias de seguridad y defensa

Palabras clave: catátrofes y seguridad, COVID-19, defensa, mortalidad, pandemias, seguridad

Resumen

La pandemia del COVID-19 ha generado grandes cambios políticos, económicos y sociales, por lo cual, en consecuencia, las estrategias de seguridad y defensa han enfrentado una amenaza inusual, que puede poner en riesgo soberanías, territorios y alterar el orden mundial. Esta investigación, realizada con un estudio tipo mixto con enfoque histórico, estadístico y epidemiológico observacional no experimental simulado, utiliza cinco variables independientes y una dependiente con el objetivo de comparar la mortalidad de las guerras y el terrorismo trasnacional con la de la actual pandemia, y así mismo proyectar el impacto de una eventual pandemia futura sobre dichas estrategias. Mediante esto se busca establecer una prueba factual, con sólidos argumentos, que explique la necesidad de fortalecer y replantear las estrategias de seguridad y defensa para el futuro pos-COVID.

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Juan Camilo Núñez-Cuevas, Escuela Superior de Guerra "General Rafael Reyes Prieto"

Oficial de la Fuerza Aérea Colombiana, magíster en ciencias militares aeronáuticas de la Escuela de Postgrados Fuerza Aérea Colombiana (con tesis meritoria) y especialista en gerencia de la seguridad.

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Núñez-Cuevas, J. C. (2021). La mortalidad del COVID-19 como prueba factual para fortalecer las estrategias de seguridad y defensa. Revista Científica General José María Córdova, 19(34), 357-375. https://doi.org/10.21830/19006586.696

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