La (de)seguritización del Gobierno Regional del Kurdistán. El movimiento kurdo en Iraq desde 1991

Juan Carlos Castillo Quiñones

Resumen


Este artículo examina de forma empírica las interacciones de seguridad entre el Gobierno Regional del Kurdistán y el estado iraquí. La evidencia discursiva muestra cómo a pesar de que la cuestión kurda en Iraq entró en un proceso de gradual normalización política o deseguritizacióna partir de 1991, al mismo tiempo muchas dimensiones del tema permanecieron seguritizadas. Usamos la figura de las narrativas polarizadoras para mostrar los efectos negativos de estas acciones en el largo plazo. Concluimos que la (de)seguritización ha introducido más violencia en la política iraquí y creado condiciones para la prolongación del conflicto entre los kurdos y el gobierno central en Bagdad.  

 


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Kurdos,seguritización, deseguritización, Gobierno Regional del Kurdistán, Iraq.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15366/reim2019.27.004

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