Explorando la distinción política interna - política internacional: un estado del arte de la discusión

  • Gabriel Jiménez Peña Departamento de Ciencia Política de la Universidad de los Andes
Palabras clave: Economía política internacional, política interna, política internacional, teoría de las relaciones internacionales

Resumen

Para algunos teóricos la conducta de los Estados está determinada principalmente por sus características internas. En contraposición, otros argumentan que el comportamiento estatal está moldeado por el lugar que ocupan estos en el sistema internacional. El propósito aquí es abordar esta discusión y elaborar un estado del arte sobre esta distinción en las Relaciones Internacionales como ciencia. Dado que el cuerpo literario que explora la interacción política interna-política internacional es muy vasto, para abordarla o reconstruirla generalmente se acude a supuestos o lugares comunes, cinco de los cuales serán problematizados en este artículo, buscando mostrar cómo se producen de acuerdo con los desarrollos teóricos que se han construido en los últimos años sobre esta distinción.

Biografía del autor/a

Gabriel Jiménez Peña, Departamento de Ciencia Política de la Universidad de los Andes

Candidato a Doctor en Ciencia Política de la Universidad de los Andes, Colombia. Filósofo de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, con estudios de profundización en la Ëuropa Viadrina Universität, Frankfurt.

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Biografía del autor/a

Gabriel Jiménez Peña, Departamento de Ciencia Política de la Universidad de los Andes

Candidato a Doctor en Ciencia Política de la Universidad de los Andes, Colombia. Filósofo de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, con estudios de profundización en la Ëuropa Viadrina Universität, Frankfurt.

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Jiménez Peña, G. (2015). Explorando la distinción política interna - política internacional: un estado del arte de la discusión. Revista De Relaciones Internacionales, Estrategia Y Seguridad, 10(2), 237-259. https://doi.org/10.18359/ries.848
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