Irán enfrenta a Asia central: un balance geoestratégico

  • Paulo Duarte Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium; Instituto do Oriente, Portugal
Palabras clave: Central Asia, geostrategic, iran, realism

Resumen

En este trabajo se pretende hacer una contribución para aumentar el conocimiento sobre una región remota del mundo, pero que es de suma importancia en el contexto geopolítico actual en virtud de su posición estratégica como nexo entre Oriente y Occidente - Asia Central - siendo éste un espacio de competencia para las grandes potencias. El argumento central es que Irán demuestra un interés predominantemente económico (la búsqueda de recursos energéticos) vis-a-vis de la región, persiguiendo políticas fundamentalmente realistas con respecto a la misma. Como alternativa a la observación participante y no participante, se recurrió a la entrevista semiestructurada. La investigación de campo se llevó a cabo a través de entrevistas realizadas en su mayor parte en Asia Central. La metodología de apoyo a esta investigación es el método cualitativo, a través del análisis hermenéutico. Sugerimos que Irán se inspira en la política de China hacia Asia Central, la cual ha demostrado un notable vigor en los últimos años con el fin de proyectar su poder en el ámbito regional y mitigar los efectos de la política (esencialmente) aislacionista de Washington al respecto.

 

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Cómo citar
Duarte, P. (2015). Irán enfrenta a Asia central: un balance geoestratégico. Revista De Relaciones Internacionales, Estrategia Y Seguridad, 10(2), 179-195. https://doi.org/10.18359/ries.844
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2015-06-05
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