The signing of international conventions, treaties and agreements between Latin American countries with the United States or European powers during the last decade has generated a new geography and geopolitics, blurring the physical environment where local communities had historically developed. The objective of this article is to study the hidden face that transnational companies glimpse through their interventions, generating a geopolitics of biodiversity and seeds. The article used a documentary analysis from a historical and critical perspective on the role of the actors involved, establishing as a result that geopolitics nowadays no longer conceives of the States as the dominant actors, but rather of transnational companies. exercising the role that the States played in the last century, but this time not from military-war positions, but from ethical-legal positions protected by geostrategies such as Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), which obtain their relevance by being refugees in knowledge scientific and institutional regulations.
J. A. López-Guzmán
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