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The international liberal order. Current challenges
At present, there exists a great diversity of points of view on the state of the so-called “international liberal order”. This concept, promoted by the internationalist US citizen John Ikenberry in the 1990s synthesizes a series of elements that crystallized in a global macro-regime that regulates elements as broad as international commerce, mechanisms for the resolution of disputes and controversies on subjects of peace and security both within and between different national states, carrying out legal proceedings against individuals accused of crimes against humanity and genocide, or the existing negotiations to counteract the adverse effects of global warming and climate change.
The purpose of this seminar will be to address the problems inherent to the system since its constitution, based on the theory of complex interdependence, as well as the crises to which it has been submitted in the recent decades in view of the various existing geopolitical problems.
Managing Director of the UCEMA Friedman Hayek Center for the Study of a Free Society. Analyst of political issues and international relations. Graduate and professor of Political Science from the University of Buenos Aires. He has a doctorate in Social Sciences from the University of Buenos Aires, where he has been a teacher and a researcher. He is responsible for strategic relations at CEMA University, where he also teaches. He has received two scholarships from CONICET to complete his doctorate. He has obtained travel grants for academic events and has been a researcher at the National University of Quilmes. He has presented papers at various scientific meetings and is author of several publications on his specialty. Author of 'Del “mal radical” a la “banalidad del mal”. Concepciones de lo maligno en la teoría política de Hannah Arendt' /From “radical evil” to the “banality of evil”. Conceptions of evil in Hannah Arendt´s political theory. (2017).
November 23, 6 p.m.
Libre, no arancelada, previa inscripción
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