El sistema internacional cibernético: elementos de análisis

The international cybersystem: elements of analysis

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Este artículo aporta algunas consideraciones sobre el debate de cuestiones cibernéticas y sus efectos sobre el entendimiento de nuevas temáticas de seguridad internacional. Además, propone la adopción de metodologías de la disciplina de relaciones internacionales para es­tudiar asuntos cibernéticos de carácter global. El artículo concluye con algunos lineamientos para profundizar acerca del análisis de temas cibernéticos con una perspectiva internacional.

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