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Júpiter - Sistema de Graduação

Instituto de Relações Internacionais
 
Bacharelado em Relações Internacionais
 
Disciplina: BRI0020 - Segurança Internacional Contemporânea: Enfoques, Dimensões e Atores.
Contemporary International Security: Approaches, Dimensions and Players

Créditos Aula: 4
Créditos Trabalho: 0
Carga Horária Total: 60 h
Tipo: Semestral
Ativação: 01/01/2010 Desativação:

Objetivos
1. Familiarizar estudantes de graduação do curso de relações internacionais, ciências sociais e áreas afins com alguns dos temas mais relevantes do campo da segurança internacional, inclusive os temas tradicionais
2. Introduzir as discussões teóricas que tem norteado os debates no campo da segurança internacional
3. Mostrar e discutir os principais processos em curso no campo da segurança internacional
4. Discutir uma bibliografia relevante e atualizada dos estudos contemporâneos de segurança internacional
 
 
 
Programa Resumido
Esta disciplina se propõe então discutir os desenvolvimentos teóricos mais recentes desta subárea de relações internacionais. Será dada especial atenção para novas dimensões e novos setores na discussão contemporânea da segurança internacional, mas sem perder de vista debates tradicionais e atores tradicionais de segurança; O programa problematizará outro desenvolvimento também importante na segurança internacional contemporânea, a emergência de setores e atores não tradicionais, atentando para as pressões e rupturas que estes operaram nas percepções de ameaças e como o campo não só problematizou mas incorporou novos frameworks metodológicos face a compreensão conceitual mais acurada de novos temas e dos novos atores.
 
 
 
Programa
Teorias de conflito: a visão realista da segurança internacional; teorias de cooperação na segurança internacional a perspectiva liberal; o enfoque da segurança humana; fatores domésticos e segurança internacional (paz democrática); comunidades de segurança; estudos críticos em segurança; novos setores de segurança e securitização; a novas problemáticas da segurança tradicional; novas dimensões de segurança internacional (mudança climáticas, migrações, intervenções humanitárias); atores transnacionais públicos e não públicos na segurança internacional (casos terrorismo, segurança privada e ONGs); a regionalização da segurança.
 
 
 
Avaliação
     
Método
Aulas expositivas e, eventualmente, algum seminário dirigido, os que serão complementados com exercícios teóricos para avaliar fatos concretos do acontecer histórico.

Devem ser compatíveis com as atividades exigidas dos alunos, conforme inciso 1º do artigo 65 do Regimento Geral da USP.
Critério
De acordo com o artigo 81 do Regimento Geral da USP.
Norma de Recuperação
De acordo com o Regimento Geral da USP.
 
Bibliografia
     
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Villa, Rafael. A. D; Reis, Rossana.R . “A segurança internacional no pós-Guerra Fria: um balanço da teoria tradicional e das novas agendas de pesquisa”. BIB. Revista Brasileira de Informação Bibliográfica em Ciências Sociais, v. 62, p. 19-52, 2006.
Booth, Ken & Wheeler, Nicholas . The security dilemma: fear, cooperation and trust in world politics: New York: Palgrave, 2008. Cap 1 : What is the security dilemma?
Jervis, Robert. “From balance to the concert”. A study of the international security cooperation”, World Politics 38(1), (October, 1985): 58-69. (Jstor)
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Brown, Michael et al. Theories of war and peace. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1998. Part Iv International institutions, war and peace, in, Brown, Michael et al. Theories of war and peace. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1998. Part Iv International institutions, war and peace.
Layne, Christopher, “The myth of the democratic peace”, in, Brown, Michael et al. Theories of war and peace. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1998. Part Iv International institutions, war and peace, in, Brown, Michael et al. Theories of war and peace. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1998
Mearsheimer, John. “Back to the future: instability in Europe after the cold war, in, Brown, Michael et al. Theories of war and peace. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1998. Part International institutions, war and peace,
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Cambridge University Press, 2003. Cap 3: “security complexes: a theory of regional security”.
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