O domínio humanitário de paz contemporâneo

Matheus Augusto Soares

Resumo


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.


Palavras-chave


Humanitarismo. Direitos humanos. Resiliência.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30612/rmufgd.v8i15.11539

Monções: Revista de Relações Internacionais da UFGD - ISSN 2316-8323 - Dourados - MS, Brasil.

 

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