Relaciones Civiles-Militares en América latina, el control civil sobre los militares y la ampliación de las actividades profesionales de los militares

  • Joaquín Romero Herrera, Doctor Universidad de los Andes

Resumen

Partiendo de una revisión bibliográfica, en torno al tema de las relaciones Civiles-Militares en América Latina, el autor muestra cómo en la región se han incrementando las actividades profesionales que incluyen las correspondientes a la Acción Integral desempeñadas por las Fuerzas Militares. Estas nuevas acciones generan retos en la coordinación con el estamento civil en lo que se denomina como el área del control civil. Para afrontar exitosamente estos retos nacidos de la ampliación de las actividades profesionales de los militares se proponen siete recomendaciones.

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Biografía del autor/a

Joaquín Romero Herrera, Doctor, Universidad de los Andes

Ingeniero Uniandes. Especialista en Desarrollo Regional CIDER. Maestría en Desarrollo ISS Den Haag. Maestría en Seguridad y Defensa Nacional ESDEGUE. DPRM NDU. CIDENAL- ESDEGUE. Candidato a Doctor Uniandes.

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2007-07-01
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Romero Herrera, J. (2007). Relaciones Civiles-Militares en América latina, el control civil sobre los militares y la ampliación de las actividades profesionales de los militares. Estudios En Seguridad Y Defensa, 2(3), 6-17. https://doi.org/10.25062/1900-8325.150
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