Índice bibliográfico: Corte Penal Internacional

  • Andrés Molano Rojas Escuela Superior de Guerra

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Andrés Molano Rojas, Escuela Superior de Guerra

Abogado constitucionalista. Licenciado en Filosofía e Historia. Magíster en Análisis de Problemas Políticos, Económicos e Internacionales Contemporáneos. Profesor de la Universidad del Rosario, de la Academia Diplomática de San Carlos y de la Escuela de Inteligencia y Contrainteligencia. Comentarista de varios medios de comunicación sobre temas políticos e internacionales. Director del grupo de investigación “Centro de Gravedad” en el Centro de Estudios Estratégicos sobre Seguridad y Defensa Nacionales -CEESEDEN- de la Escuela Superior de Guerra (Bogotá).

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