dc.contributor.advisorPalma, Oscar 
dc.creatorPadrón Barrios, Carlos Andrés 
dc.descriptionEl uso masivo de antibióticos como un arma frente a las enfermedades causadas por patógenos ha causado una crisis mundial de resistencia antimicrobial, con consecuencias que solo queden ser abordadas en un sentido global debido a su extensión transnacional. El régimen sanitario internacional ha hecho esfuerzos significativos para enfrentar la situación a través de un marco que puede ser comprendido como un proceso de securitización, identificando la resistencia como una amenaza a la seguridad internacional bajo el ámbito de la Seguridad Humana. Aun así, las tendencias crecientes en resistencia antimicrobial, así como el lento avance de en el desarrollo de nuevos tipos de antibióticos demuestran un evidente fallo de estos esfuerzos. Este texto pretende exponer la desconexión existente entre los esfuerzos hechos por el régimen sanitario y los resultados preocupantes en cuanto al preocupante patrón de resistencia. Con este objetivo, se argumentará que el proceso internacional de securitización ha fallado en el intento de resolver la amenaza de la resistencia antimicrobial como un problema de seguridad debido a la ausencia de métodos de implementación basados en la administración de riesgos.
dc.description.abstractThe widespread use of antibiotics as a weapon against microbial-driven disease has led to a world crisis of antimicrobial resistance, with consequences that could only be addressed in a global fashion due to its transnational extent. The international public health regime has made significant efforts to address the situation through a scheme that could be analyzed as a securitization process, identifying such resistance as a threat to international security under the scope of Human Security. Nevertheless, the recent increasing trends in pathogen resistance, as well as a slow pace in the development of new antibiotics prove these efforts to be failing. This paper intends to expose the disconnection between the efforts made by the regime and the worrying results in antimicrobial resistance trends. In order to do this, the text argues that the international process of securitization has failed to address the threat of Anti-Microbial Resistance as a security issue due to its absence of an appropriate risk management approach to implementation.
dc.sourceinstname:Universidad del Rosario
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
dc.subjectResistencia antimicrobial
dc.subjectAdministración de riesgos
dc.subjectRégimen sanitario
dc.subjectSeguridad Humana
dc.subject.lembAgentes antiinfecciosos
dc.titleSecuritization and Risk Management: The Global Fight Against Antimicrobial Resistance
dc.publisherUniversidad del Rosario
dc.publisher.programRelaciones Internacionales
dc.publisher.departmentFacultad de Relaciones Internacionales
dc.subject.keywordAntimicrobial resistance
dc.subject.keywordRisk management
dc.subject.keywordPublic health regime
dc.subject.keywordHuman Security
dc.type.spaTrabajo de grado
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