Yukinari Sasaki is a lonely young boy. He’s small for his age, called puny and teased by most people he knows, and t make matters worse, he lives alone in a large, empty house. 3,573 more words
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“As a political scientist,” Fukuyama says, “I am looking ahead to presidency with great interest, since it will be a fascinating test of how strong American institutions are.” Elaborating on the thought, he observes that we have not previously seen a leader who sets out to undermine the systems norms and rules. 292 more words
The election of Donald Trump may signal a slap in the face for our neoliberal orthodoxy, but it’s certainly not a death blow. It remains to be seen how effective he will be in disrupting the stasis that has gripped western liberal democratic governance for much of the past quarter century. 918 more words
Adjunto reseña (más una guía de lectura) y algunas reflexiones sobre el último libro (en dos volúmenes) de Francis Fukuyama.