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dc.contributor.authorGabaldon, Diego Fernandospa
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dc.date.issued2010-07-01
dc.identifier.issn2590-8669|0124-0781
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12749/11234
dc.description.abstractEl término transición sugiere que Irak debería estar en una senda conocida y predecible desde la dictadura a la democracia. Sin embargo, nadie conoce con exactitud qué mecanismos dominan la sociedad iraquí, o la dirección en la que está siendo guiada por las nuevas opciones políticas y económicas. Se ha dicho que la Administración norteamericana ganó la Guerra de Irak sin tener preparada la paz, y que no existía un plan articulado para hacer frente a las dificultades que, sin duda, habrían de presentarse. La realidad parece mostrar que la gestión de la posguerra se ha caracterizado por la falta de comunicación con la sociedad iraquí y por un alto grado de improvisación.spa
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dc.sourceReflexión Política; Vol. 7 No. 13 (2005): Reflexión Política
dc.subjectCiencias jurídicas y políticas
dc.subjectDerecho
dc.subjectInvestigaciones
dc.subjectLegislación
dc.title¿Irak en transición?spa
dc.title.translatedIraq in transition?eng
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dc.subject.keywordsLegal and Political Scienceseng
dc.subject.keywordsLaweng
dc.subject.keywordsInvestigationseng
dc.subject.keywordsLegislationeng
dc.subject.keywordsIraq wareng
dc.subject.keywordsInvasion of iraqeng
dc.subject.keywordsPost war in Iraqeng
dc.subject.keywordsTransition in Iraqeng
dc.subject.keywordsFall of Baghdadeng
dc.subject.keywordsSaddam Husseineng
dc.subject.keywordsGeorge Busheng
dc.identifier.instnameinstname:Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga UNABspa
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dc.contributor.orcidGabaldon, Diego Fernando [0000-0002-4335-9158]spa
dc.subject.lembCiencias jurídicas y políticasspa
dc.subject.lembLeyspa
dc.subject.lembInvestigaciónspa
dc.subject.lembLegislaciónspa
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dc.description.abstractenglishThe term transition suggests that Iraq should be on a known and predictable trajectory from a dictatorship to a democracy. However, nobody really knows neither the mechanisms present in the Iraqi society, nor the direction in which it is being guided by the new political and economic options. Some analysts think that the American Administration won the war in Iraq without a clear strategy to face the difficulties that were to arise administering the peace. The daily reality shows that the post-war management has been dominated by the lack of communication with the Iraqis and by a high degree of improvisation.eng
dc.subject.proposalGuerra de Irakspa
dc.subject.proposalInvasión de Irakspa
dc.subject.proposalPosguerra en Irakspa
dc.subject.proposalTransición en Irakspa
dc.subject.proposalCaída de Bagdadspa
dc.subject.proposalSaddam Husseinspa
dc.subject.proposalGeorge Bushspa
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dc.publisher.deparmentInstituto de Estudios Políticos IEPspa


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