ECONOMIC INTELLIGENCE IN A GLOBAL WORLD

In 1992, one of the authors of this report published a book entitled "La máquina de Guerra económica"1. In the first pages the author warned about the importance of economy in international relations, from the end of the Second World War to the early stages of globalization, and its exchanges that were changing the notion of conflict itself. The author also warned about the repercussions of the economic war which, unlike traditional war, implies actions that are frequently invisible and decisive.

In 1992, one of the authors of this report published a book entitled "La máquina de Guerra económica"1. In the first pages the author warned about the importance of economy in international relations, from the end of the Second World War to the early stages of globalization, and its exchanges that were changing the notion of conflict itself. The author also warned about the repercussions of the economic war which, unlike traditional war, implies actions that are frequently invisible and decisive.

  • ISBN: 978-84-9781-896-4
  • Fecha de publicación: 7/2/2014
  • Año Edición: 2014
  • Autor: Instituto Español de Estudios Estratégicos
  • Número de Páginas: 204
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In 1992, one of the authors of this report published a book entitled "La máquina de Guerra económica"1. In the first pages the author warned about the importance of economy in international relations, from the end of the Second World War to the early stages of globalization, and its exchanges that were changing the notion of conflict itself. The author also warned about the repercussions of the economic war which, unlike traditional war, implies actions that are frequently invisible and decisive.

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Descripción In 1992, one of the authors of this report published a book entitled "La máquina de Guerra económica"1. In the first pages the author warned about the importance of economy in international relations, from the end of the Second World War to the early stages of globalization, and its exchanges that were changing the notion of conflict itself. The author also warned about the repercussions of the economic war which, unlike traditional war, implies actions that are frequently invisible and decisive.
ISBN 978-84-9781-896-4
NIPO No
Fecha de publicación 7/2/2014
Año Edición 2014
Autor Instituto Español de Estudios Estratégicos
Editor No
Número de Páginas 204