Liberalism, Interests and Naval Strategy in the second half of the 19th century: A mirror for the present?

October 13, 1 p.m.
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The second half of the 19th century is also known as the era of the Pax Britannica. That period saw the development of the classical naval thought and is related to the presence of global ties, imperialism, competition between the great powers and the emergence of early navalism. The presentation proposes a fresh view that seeks to establish the connections between the ideological, political and technological context with naval thought in an era of globalization and to the similarities with today.

Speaker

Alejandro Corbacho

Alejandro Corbacho

Dr. in Political Science from the University of Connecticut. Specialist in International Relations, comparative political analysis, national security and defense, as also in diplomatic and military history. He has conducted research at the Di Tella Institute and the University of San Andrés. He is a consulting member of Argentine Council of International Relations (CARI) and Professor at CEMA University.

 

 

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