O domínio humanitário de paz contemporâneo

Monções: Revista de Relações Internacionais da UFGD

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Title O domínio humanitário de paz contemporâneo
The contemporary humanitarian domain of peace
 
Creator Soares, Matheus Augusto
 
Subject Humanitarismo. Direitos humanos. Resiliência.
Humanitarianism. Human rights. Resilience.
 
Description Esse artigo tem como objetivo elucidar as relações de poder (imbricações discursivas, práticas políticas e subjetividades) que estão sendo configuradas e reconfiguradas desde a metade do século 20 no que concerne a paz, o humanitarismo, a resiliência e o neoliberalismo. A metodologia aplicada aqui é a “etnografia de documentos”, desenvolvida por Annelise Riles, que considera documentos como categoria analítica e orientação metodológica. Dessa forma, o artigo se divide nas seguintes seções: i) revisão de literatura relevante sobre o humanitarismo para situar o artigo com o debate atual; ii) discursos de paz humanitarista que vem emergindo desde a metade do século 20; iii) sujeitos de paz humanitarista que emergem no domínio de paz humanitarista, tais quais o sujeito neoliberal, resiliente e adaptativo e o sujeito de direito, ainda a espera. Ao apresentar essa dinâmica de relações de poder desse novo domínio de paz humanitarista, vinculado ao humanitarismo, resiliência e neoliberalismo, nós buscamos explorar como a violência, a desigualdade e o abandono acabam sendo reproduzidos nesse processo, de modo que possamos ajudar a refletir a respeito do estado atual dos direitos humanos e como avançar nessa temática.Recebido em: abril/2018.Aprovado em: março/2019.
This article intends to shed light on how relations of power (the imbrication of discourses, political practices and subjects) are being configured and re-configured since the mid-20th century in relation to peace, humanitarianism, resilience and neoliberalism. The methodology applied here is the “ethnography of documents”, developed by Annelise Riles, which considers the document as an analytical category and a methodological orientation. Therefore, the article is divided by the following subsections: i) relevant background literature on humanitarianism in order to situate the article with the current debate; ii) humanitarian peace discourses emerging in the mid 20th century, focusing on documents such as the Charter of the United Nations (1945), the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), the Human Development Report (1994); iii) humanitarian peace subjects that emerge in the humanitarian domain of peace: the neoliberal, resilient and adaptive subject and the rights holder subject, still waiting. By presenting the power dynamics of a new domain of peace, linked to humanitarianism, resilience and neoliberalism, we also engage on exploring how violence, inequality and abandonment are (re)produced in this process, so that it can help improving a work-in-progress by reflecting on the current state of human rights.
 
Publisher UFGD
 
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Date 2019-06-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
"Artigo Solicitado", "Avaliado por pares".
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ojs.ufgd.edu.br/index.php/moncoes/article/view/11539
10.30612/rmufgd.v8i15.11539
 
Source Monções: Revista de Relações Internacionais da UFGD; v. 8, n. 15 (2019): Dossiê Teoria das Relações Internacionais no Brasil; 621-650
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Language eng
 
Relation http://ojs.ufgd.edu.br/index.php/moncoes/article/view/11539/5646
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