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Leituras conceituais na Guerra Fria: rumo a abordagens transnacionais a partir da perspectiva dos estudos latino-americanos na Europa Oriental e Ocidental

Albert Manke, Kateřina Březinová, Laurin Blecha

Resumo


Este ensaio bibliográfico e conceitual resume pesquisas recentes em Estudos da Guerra Fria na Europa e nas Américas, especialmente em pequenas potências, em estudos historiográficos. Num contexto de crescente ligação e globalização da investigação sobre a Guerra Fria, os autores apontam a importância da integração em larga escala dos países e regiões do "Sul Global" nos Estudos da Guerra Fria. Leituras críticas dos recursos recém-disponíveis revelam a existência de importantes perspectivas de descentralização resultantes dos enredos da Guerra Fria do "Sul Global" com o "Norte Global". Como resultado, a noção de que esses atores estatais na antiga "periferia" da Guerra Fria serão considerados como receptores passivos da política das superpotências parece bastante problemática. A evidência mostra (pelo menos parcialmente) atores múltiplos e autônomos ativos.


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nova História da Guerra Fria; Sul Global; pequena potência; América Latina; Europa.

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