Políticas de Refugiados Ancestrales revisadas con el Acervo de Derecho Internacional de la Actualidad

Florian Bikard
Benjamin Karp
Yu Huang

El artículo reexamina las políticas de refugiados de la Antigua Atenas y de la Antigua Roma y resalta cómo su exploración revela el valor del acervo contemporáneo del derecho internacional para abordar activamente las crisis de refugiados provocadas por una invasión militar. La literatura contemporánea ha pasado por alto durante mucho tiempo el nexo entre los flujos de refugiados, el socavamiento de las civilizaciones antiguas y el valor de los corpus jurídicos. Es un vacío que este trabajo pretende llenar investigando las posibles razones de los fracasos de Atenas y Roma en la gestión de la crisis de refugiados de Godos y Áticos. Este estudio ofrece un análisis histórico de las crisis de refugiados mencionadas previamente. La contribución de esta investigación es de dos aspectos: el artículo no solo enfoca la atención en la falta de preparación y la falta de previsión de las políticas de refugiados de los Antiguos Atenienses y Romanos, sino que también destaca cómo dichos errores podrían haberse evitado y por qué estos fracasos siguen siendo relevantes para la sociedad moderna desde la perspectiva del derecho internacional. Los resultados del análisis se apoyan sólidamente en la triangulación de testimonios ancestrales con referencias académicas modernas.

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Políticas de Refugiados Ancestrales revisadas con el Acervo de Derecho Internacional de la Actualidad. (2022). Revista Tecnológica - ESPOL, 34(1), 136-153. https://doi.org/10.37815/rte.v34n1.870


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