• New geopolitical, economic, and educational circumstances

    Without disregarding the sanitary crises that the world is going through, geopolitical, economic, and educational changes maintain their endless dynamics. In reality, every aspect of life and the planet is always transforming, whether we perceive it or not, whether we like it or not, whether we provoke it or resist it. It is also true that changes are not lineal or absolutely predictable. The three July editions apply this focus considering the power vacuum in international relations, hegemony and decadence of ordering principles of economic functioning and certain new perspectives in the field of education and educators. The purpose is …

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  • Viruses mutate, societies too.

    Hegemony and decadence of main ordering principles Science teaches that viruses, bacteria, what lives, mutate, changes its structure and its functioning dynamic. Societies also change, permanently. Social changes respond to a diversity of factors, among them the correlation of forces that prevails in each historical moment together with a whole group of environmental, demographic, technological, cultural circumstances that impacts the planet and condition the march of humanity. In these complex settings operate different groups that want to impose their interests, dispute the preeminence. There are those who work for the general wellbeing and protection of the environment (with multiple variations …

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  • Power vacuum

    There no longer exists a guaranty of order in international relations. The old touchstone of the world order has disappeared and, consequently, the entire institutional superstructure erected after WWII falls. It will take long, if it finally exists, for a new, fairer order to be born, possibly spearheaded by social movements with young leaderships ___________________________________________________________________________________ Some have attributed to Medieval poet Geoffrey Chaucer the famous expression “Time and tide wait for no one.” The phrase is valid in geopolitics. When a power withdraws from acquired positions, the vacant place is rapidly occupied by other powers. Thus, it is worth asking, …

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  • Education has to do with the difficult, arduous encounter between infancy and adulthood

    Past of educational institutions is judged as exclusive, homogenizing, and we dream for the future of our schools that they listen to singular lives. Educate is to transmit the world, not leaving the rest alone with their own resources to manage as good or bad as they can; it is offering signs that others will decipher at their time and in their own way. There will be many ways of naming these eras, many ways of going through wars, deaths, technologies, policies, new civilizations. Some will talk about what is “liquid,” others regarding the “turbulences,” many will pronounce “darkness” and …

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  • Initiatives

    Meet BlackRock, the New Great Vampire Squid https://ellenbrown.com/2020/06/22/meet-blackrock-the-new-great-vampire-squid/ Fiscal engineering of millionaires and big enterprises https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=189313879122172 Polca – Paraguaya Linda

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  • Reflections

    Regarding informative intoxication Informative intoxication is a communicational mechanism typical of extreme-right groups and people close to intelligence services. With an overabundance of hardly verifiable data, they try to create in the receptor a strong doubt regarding what is real and what is not. Elaborating theories, from a mixture of real historical facts with fantastic events. Quoting imaginary authors, or real authors but sometimes subtly out of context. Therefore, it is hard to follow their reasoning and refute them. Because, in such talkative mixture of facts and quotes they jump from scientific real data to common-use phrases such as “a …

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