La experiencia internacional en la resolución de conflictos

El conflicto de intereses entre Estados Unidos y China

Palabras clave: China, conflicto internacional, Estados Unidos, gestión de conflictos, interés nacional, organizaciones internacionales

Resumen

Este artículo pretende caracterizar los conflictos políticos internacionales que se han prolongado durante milenios sobre una base civilizacional, social o geopolítica, que son insuficientemente estudiados y analizados a pesar de su duración. Este estudio pretende encontrar una forma eficaz de resolver un conflicto de intereses utilizando el ejemplo del conflicto entre Estados Unidos y China. Los autores determinan que los investigadores de esta cuestión deben emplear tanto lo metodológico como su posición política, presentando una visión personal. Este estudio afirma la importancia de comprender la mejor manera de evitar y, en algún momento, tratar de prevenir la propagación del conflicto.

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Biografía del autor/a

Nina F. Rzhevska, Universidad Nacional de Aviación, Ucrania

Ph.D. en Ciencias Políticas de la Universidad Nacional Taras Shevchenko de Kiev, Ucrania, y Ph.D. en Ciencias Políticas de la Universidad Nacional Ivan Franko de Lviv. Es directora del departamento de la Universidad Nacional de Aviación de Ucrania. Investigador en pronósticos estratégicos en política exterior, mantenimiento de la paz y conflictos geopolíticos.

Nataliia P. Borotkanych, Universidad Nacional de Aviación, Ucrania

Maestría en Política Exterior de la Academia Diplomática de Ucrania y Ph.D. en Historia de la Exploración Espacial. Es profesora asociada en la Universidad Nacional de Aviación de Ucrania. Investigador y docente en instituciones internacionales, resolución de conflictos internacionales, ciencia y diplomacia espacial.

Cómo citar
Rzhevska, N. F., & Borotkanych, N. P. (2022). La experiencia internacional en la resolución de conflictos: El conflicto de intereses entre Estados Unidos y China. Revista Científica General José María Córdova, 20(38), 307-321. https://doi.org/10.21830/19006586.897

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2022-04-01
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