COVID-19: Perspectivas desde los Estudios Internacionales

Palabras clave: COVID-19, editorial, interdependencia, Relaciones Internacionales, salud global, seguridad

Resumen

Es en este contexto que el presente número temático 95.2, COVID-19: Perspectivas desde los Estudios Internacionales, representa el interés de la revista por ofrecer un espacio académico para comprender las dimensiones y posibles alcances que la pandemia ha tenido y pueda tener en la dinámica internacional.
De allí, el objetivo de presentar reflexiones que cubren aspectos no solo políticos, sino también sociales y económicos relacionados con esta pandemia; desde las múltiples alternativas analíticas que nos ofrecen las fascinantes, complejas, siempre cambiantes y retadoras Relaciones Internacionales, en una sociedad altamente conectada e interdependiente.

Biografía del autor/a

María Fernanda Morales-Camacho, Universidad Nacional (Costa Rica)

Docente e investigadora, Universidad Nacional (UNA).

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Publicado
2022-08-24
Cómo citar
Morales-Camacho, M. (2022). COVID-19: Perspectivas desde los Estudios Internacionales. Relaciones Internacionales, 95(2), 1-8. Recuperado a partir de https://www.revistas.una.ac.cr/index.php/ri/article/view/17461

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