Enquadrando a Fragmentação da Paz uma análise sobre os Objetivos do Desenvolvimento Sustentável da ONU

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Maurício Vieira

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Este artigo discute o conceito de fragmentação da paz, a fim de entender como o conceito proposto por Galtung (1969) é operacionalizado, implementado e disseminado como uma agenda internacional. Tendo como parâmetro os Objetivos do Desenvolvido Milênio e de Desenvolvimento Sustentável implementadas pelas Nações Unidas, este artigo incorpora uma perspectiva de enquadramento, argumentando que a paz positiva é mais que um conceito, e sim uma estratégia comum e global pragmática.

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Vieira, Maurício. 2020. “Enquadrando a Fragmentação Da Paz: Uma análise Sobre Os Objetivos Do Desenvolvimento Sustentável Da ONU”. Meridiano 47 - Journal of Global Studies 21 (junho). https://doi.org/10.20889/M47e21005.
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