Democracy after Donald Trump: new political, social and cultural paradigms

Specialists from Argentina and Spain will replicate on the affect on each side of the Atlantic of the latest victory of Joe Biden. Members: Aníbal Jozami, Diego López-Garrido, Vicente Palacio, Diana Tussie, Sami Naïr, Máriam Martínez Bascuñán, Fabián Bosoer and Marlise Ilhesca.

The Fundación Foro del Sur along with the Fundación Alternativas, a middle for progressive thought, concepts and proposals for political, financial, social and cultural change in society, set up a gathering to method from the crossed views of Latin America and Europe the state of democracy on the planet after Trump and in a context of the maturing pandemic produced by COVID 19.

The webinar It is going to be held on Tuesday 15, at 12 in Buenos Aires and 16 o’clock in Madrid, from the Zoom platform and the Youtube channel of the Fundación Foro del Sur and the Zoom platform of the Fundación Alternativas.

The assembly might be an area to share reflections and views on the affect of the latest victory of the Democratic candidate for the US presidency, Joe Biden for democratic tradition; the way forward for populist and nationalist phenomena; and the manifestations of lknown as “tradition conflict” round values ​​in rigidity: freedoms towards authoritarianism; nationalism versus cosmopolitanism; and financial, social, migration and environmental insurance policies.

The assembly might be a possibility to replicate on the next questions: In what state are our democracies after 4 years of Trump’s mandate within the US? Will “Trumpism” lose power as a method of doing politics? What new political, social and cultural paradigms are going to develop from now till the post-pandemic?

They’ll current the controversy Hannibal Jozami, president of the Fundación Foro del Sur and Diego López-Garrido, government vp of the Fundación Alternativas.

They’ll trade reflections Diana Tussie, sociologist, director of the Worldwide Relations Space FLACSO Argentina, CONICET researcher; Sami Naïr, political scientist and essayist; Máriam Martínez Bascuñán, political scientist, journalist for the newspaper El País, Fabián Bosoer, political scientist, professor UNTREF and editor-in-chief of the Opinion part of the newspaper Clarín; beneath the moderation of Marlise Ilhesca, government director of the Fundación Foro del Sur. The assembly might be closed by Vicente Palacio, director of the Overseas Coverage Observatory of the Alternativas Basis.



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