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Autoren: 
Flemes, Daniel
Datum: 
2005
Reihe/Nr.: 
GIGA Working Papers 13
Zusammenfassung: 
Interdependence, collective identities and common institutions are the preconditions for the evolution of a pluralistic security community. While the interaction of the states of Southern Latin America already meets the first two criteria, this article focuses on the third one, particularly the common institutions of the regional defence and security sector. The bilaterally organised defence cooperation has been attested democratic deficiencies because military actors are over-proportionally represented in these committees. Military nationalism and an exaggerated notion of national sovereignty in the military academies of the region can be regarded as cooperation hampering qualifiers. Non-military threats (organised crime, transnational terrorism) have centripetal effects on the subregional cooperation, which is structured multilaterally and shows a relatively high degree of institutionalisation.
Schlagwörter: 
security community
regional cooperation
defence and security policies
Latin America
Mercosur
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Dokumentart: 
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