Os regimes políticos e as guerras civis: uma discussão metodológica

Danilo Freire

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A guerra civil é uma das formas de violência coletiva mais importante de nossa época. Embora a literatura tenha destacado a relação entre determinadas variáveis e o início das guerras civis, a influência dos regimes políticos nos conflitos internos ainda é controversa. O presente estudo visa colaborar para esse debate. Os objetivos deste artigo são: discutir as definições contemporâneas de guerras civis; avaliar, criticamente, as bases quantitativas mais comuns nos estudos de política comparada e comentar sua adequação para as pesquisas sobre guerras civis e; por último, sugerir possíveis soluções metodológicas que poderiam ser utilizadas para analisar, com mais precisão, o impacto dos regimes no início das guerras civis.

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