Overview

La guerrilla recurrente compila una serie de ensayos en los que Carlos Montemayor plantea, de manera lúcida y esclarecedora, el carácter recurrente que determina la lógica del conflicto político, al tiempo que desentraña el contenido, las motivaciones y la evolución de la guerra.

En el corazón de las luchas sociales, asegura el autor, hay similitudes que deben servir para la reconstrucción y la comprensión de los procesos históricos. Libro ...
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La guerrilla recurrente

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Overview

La guerrilla recurrente compila una serie de ensayos en los que Carlos Montemayor plantea, de manera lúcida y esclarecedora, el carácter recurrente que determina la lógica del conflicto político, al tiempo que desentraña el contenido, las motivaciones y la evolución de la guerra.

En el corazón de las luchas sociales, asegura el autor, hay similitudes que deben servir para la reconstrucción y la comprensión de los procesos históricos. Libro fundamental para entender el México actual, desde las luchas estudiantiles y las guerrillas campesinas -donde el EPR, al que Montemayor ha estudiado desde hace tiempo, juega un papel de primer orden- hasta la represión estatal, el narcotráfico y la evolución del ejército y de los órganos de seguridad nacional.

La guerrilla recurrente retira el velo que cubre el discurso del poder y el de quienes se enfrentan a éste, desnudando y evaluando la compleja red de versiones políticas, económicas, religiosas y culturales que se contraponen entre sí y que pugnan por imponerse como verdad única.

«Son los temas de los que me he ocupado durante largo tiempo: los movimientos armados campesinos y su interpretación militar o política; la seguridad nacional como actividad policial o como interpretación social para asegurar la continuidad del Estado; la guerra sucia en México; la masacre de Tlatelolco; el proceso de militarización en la lucha contra el crimen organizado desde una perspectiva nacional y hemisférica; la transformación de la organización y concepción militar posterior a la Guerra Fría, y la evolución del concepto terrorismo en los contextos del conflicto israelí y palestino y de la invasión estadunidense a Afganistán e Irak»
Carlos Montemayor
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9786073114431
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial México
  • Publication date: 12/1/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: RANDOM HOUSE MONDADORI
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 755 KB

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