Os Fins e os Meios Navais no Âmbito da Zona Econômica Exclusiva

Érico Esteves Duarte, Gustavo Hack de Moura


O objetivo do trabalho é estudar a relação dos fins e meios navais no âmbito da Zona Econômica Exclusiva. O argumento é de que a Governança da Segurança Marítima é um conceito melhor do que Comando do Mar para explicar o uso da força nessas áreas marítimas e que as forças navais precisam se reorganizar para atender às novas demandas de segurança.


Zona Econômica Exclusiva; Governança; Segurança Marítima; Guarda-Costeira

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26792/rbed.v6n2.2019.75142


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