Nuevos paradigmas de seguridad pública en el posconflicto

Translated title of the contribution: New paradigms of public security in post-conflict situations

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Abstract

In the expectation of a possible happy ending to the conversations
held in Havana between the national government and the United Nations.
the FARC to end the armed conflict that has traumatized the country.
the life of Colombians for decades is beginning to speak
of new security paradigms in a post-conflict framework. They
the national security referent of the Cold War and the idea of a new national security
with weapons to the internal enemy under the assumption that only
The security of society can be guaranteed on the basis of the security of the State.
begins to talk about citizen security associated with the idea of security
and the guarantee of human rights. In principle, this change
of paradigm is correct and laudable but on the condition that it does not overlook one
of circumstances relevant in the event that the end of the armed conflict is not in accordance with the
in Colombia becomes a reality. In particular, it is important not to make
ignored the difficulties of paradigm shift in a given situation.
in which both institutions and society continue to play an important role.
being the object of aggression and of the interest in thinking about security
in complex conditions in which the dynamics of the situation that gave rise to the
The conflict continues despite the signing of a peace agreement.
Translated title of the contributionNew paradigms of public security in post-conflict situations
Original languageSpanish
Title of host publicationEl Posconflicto En Colombia: Reflexiones Y Propuestas Para Recorrer La Transición
EditorsAndrés Molano Rojas
PublisherFundación Konrad Adenauer
Pages35 - 41
Number of pages7
ISBN (Print) 978-958-58076-3-1
StatePublished - 2015

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