Trayectoria e influencia de la visión Indo-Pacífico de Estados Unidos de América

Pablo Rivas Pardo, Nicole Ayala Pulgar


En mayo de 2018, el USPACOM se renombró como USINDOPACOM, creándose la visión Indo-Pacífico que se presenta como una competencia geopolítica de Estados Unidos de América en contra de China. En consecuencia, se analiza la trayectoria de la visión Indo-Pacífico de Estados Unidos de América y la influencia de tal visión en los Estados que conforman el SQUAD y el non-QUAD. El análisis enfocado a poder, paz, prosperidad y principios, arroja como resultado: que mientras la trayectoria de la visión Indo-Pacífico estadounidense es en contra de China, la influencia a los dos grupos de Estados no es tal cual lo promueve Estados Unidos de América, ya que confronta menos o no se confronta a China y el contenido es dispar o simplemente no se considera.

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