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This article seeks to analyze the different approaches that Brazil and Colombia have had to date on the geostrategic importance of the South Atlantic, emphasizing the differences that the ocean has had for their respective conceptions of nation and their insertion in the South American region. It argues and concludes that while Brazil seeks leadership in South America by emphasizing its role as promoter of an integral autonomizing 2 conception that articulates development, defense and regional security, Colombia prioritizes its role as a reference in the fight against transnational crime, positioning itself as a Middle Oceanic Power. This article aims to analyze in a comparative approach the conception that Brazil and Colombia have of their Atlantic maritime spaces. It studies how the two nations take into account their strategic environment 3 to better position themselves in South America, as well as to contribute to the development of their nation internally. In order to investigate how Brazil and Colombia have strategically defined the South Atlantic, three key variables were selected: security, defense and regional development. This facilitates finding out to what extent these nations seek, or sought, to position themselves as bridge countries between the South and the North.

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If you try to run away from it, if you are scared to go to the brink, you are lost. Now we have come full circle. However, his use of American air power has primarily been intended to send a signal to Beijing. It includes an aircraft carrier and destroyers equipped with guided missiles. There was a great deal of speculation that dictator Kim Jong-un would use the opportunity to test or at least display some new piece of nuclear hardware. What we got were six submarine-launched ballistic missiles and what looked like a new intercontinental ballistic missile, along with the usual bellicose rhetoric.

North Korea has certainly made progress. Since their first nuclear test in , which registered at just 0.

As for conventional weapons, it is often claimed that Seoul has more enemy artillery focused on it than any other city in the world. At least 25 per cent failed to detonate. In theory, if unopposed, North Korean artillery could kill as many as 60, Seoul residents in the first day of a conflict. The South Koreans and Americans also have vastly superior satellite assets, allowing their forces to target North Korean forces much more quickly than Pyongyang could target allied forces.

Is any of this actually going to happen? Probably not, unless Kim has wholly ceased to be a rational actor. Both China and Russia are now stepping in, urging all parties to avoid hostilities and return to the negotiation table.

Defence Secretary James Mattis is an experienced military planner who will have weighed up the potential collateral damage in the event of US strikes against North Korean military targets. He will know better than anyone the military weakness of Pyongyang. Nor should the domestic political benefits of successful brinkmanship be forgotten. Am I surprised that we are back on the brink, after all these years?

Because I regard predictions over any time frame longer than six months as little better than astrology, I was being facetious. Not quite. As we have already seen in Syria and Afghanistan, Trump relishes shows of military strength. So are we on the brink of the second Korean war, if not the third world war?

I doubt it. As we have already seen in Syria and Afghanistan, Trump relishes shows of military strength Is any of this actually going to happen? But suddenly that prediction looks a little too close for comfort. Agregar comentario Clic para cancelar respuesta. Lecciones del coronavirus Asia y el Nuevo Mundo. Comentarios Recientes Luis Santander en Chile: vecino pero distante.

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If you try to run away from it, if you are scared to go to the brink, you are lost. Now we have come full circle. However, his use of American air power has primarily been intended to send a signal to Beijing. It includes an aircraft carrier and destroyers equipped with guided missiles. There was a great deal of speculation that dictator Kim Jong-un would use the opportunity to test or at least display some new piece of nuclear hardware. What we got were six submarine-launched ballistic missiles and what looked like a new intercontinental ballistic missile, along with the usual bellicose rhetoric.

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Abstract: Few moderate-to-strong earthquakes associated with active and capable geological faults have been documented for the southern coastal region of Ecuador. The seismic record of Ecuador initiates with the Guayaquil earthquake in Mw 6. Also, earthquakes of minor magnitudes can be disregarded as they do not induce significant ground coseismic effects. In this context, this study presents a catalog of geological faults, delineating 40 segments of capable and active faults on the sea floor of the Gulf of Guayaquil and inland segments of Guayas, Santa Elena, and El Oro provinces. This methodological approach estimates a variety of seismicity levels ranging between Mw 6. These values have been obtained from empirical regression equations applied to the length of capable geological faults. The F seismogenic structure located in the accretionary prism, close to the subduction zone, is capable of generating Mw 8.

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Sixty articles arranged in eight thematic sections refer to most recent geological and geophysical results of Antarctic research. The Precambrian of the East Antarctic shield and its geological history is considered as well as sub-ice topography, geophysics and stratigraphy, sedimentology and geophysics of the surrounding Southern Ocean. Particular emphasis is given to the connection of the Antarctic and the surrounding continents when forming part of Gondwana. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. Advertisement Hide.

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