O modelo Steps-to-War: panorama de um programa de pesquisa

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Pedro Diniz Rocha

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O objetivo deste artigo é o de via revisão bibliográfica apresentar o modelo Steps-to-War, seu programa de pesquisa e alguns de seus resultados empíricos ao público brasileiro afeto às Relações Internacionais. Isto porque, embora o modelo tenha se desenvolvido nos últimos vinte anos no exterior, não há até o momento literatura especializada em português que lide com ele, seja apresentado seus pressupostos ou testando-o em estudos empíricos.

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Diniz Rocha, Pedro. 2021. “O Modelo Steps-to-War: Panorama De Um Programa De Pesquisa”. Meridiano 47 - Journal of Global Studies 22 (abril). https://periodicos.unb.br/index.php/MED/article/view/29035.
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