Epistemic Communities in Security Studies and the interpretation of World Order
Gabriel A. Orozco (published in 2015-05-15 by Claudia Astudi… )
Published and/or Presented at:
Orozco, Gabriel. Epistemic Communities in Security Studies and the interpretation of World Order. Academia.edu, acceso el 15 de mayo de 2015, https://www.academia.edu/12251232/Epistemic_Communities_in_Security_Studies_and_the_interpretation_of_World_Order.
The purpose of this article is to make an approach to the Security Studies, exposing their theories and concepts to understand the role that have had in the interpretation of the changes and continuities of the world order and their impact on policies or decision-making facing the problems of the 21st century. The aim is to build a bridge between the security studies as a subfield and the meaning that has been given to the world order. The idea of epistemic communities serves as a methodological proposal about the different programs of research in security studies, showing their influence in the realities of States, intergovernmental organizations and transnational forces, moving to implement, perpetuate and project a vision of the world order.