About the Journal

Revista Política, Globalidad y Ciudadanía is a scientific journal on Political Science and International Relations (Social Sciences) that promotes the exchange, dissemination and transfer of knowledge in the field, with emphasis on the area of Politics; for this purpose, it is based on the political reality of Latin America and the rest of world. It relies on the quality of scientific production considering systematics and rigor; it uses the Double Blind Review methodology in its peer review process; it publishes original articles, results of research projects and literature reviews under the guidelines of the publishing standards of the American Psychological Association (APA), sixth edition.

Revista Política, Globalidad y Ciudadanía welcomes the good practices of the Committee on Publication Ethics; it is edited semi-annually, January-June and July-December, and it is distributed since 2015 under the support of the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo León , in electronic format in Open Access. It spreads its work in Spanish and English  and it is addressed to the scientific community in Politics, mainly to researchers and teachers who deal with the field of Political Science and international Relations.

Current Issue

Vol. 9 No. 18 (2023): July - December
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Política, Globalidad y Ciudadanía published a special volume in collaboration with the Center for Management and International Cooperation for Development, addressing the theme of 'Migration: Policies, Management, and Development.' Migration movements, both of migrants and refugees, have a global impact on all regions and countries of the world. In response to this reality, the 2030 Agenda establishes 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), of which 11 contain relevant targets to improve migration, promoting orderly, safe, regular, and responsible migration for all individuals. In this context, experts from the countries of Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru have analyzed and debated the causes and challenges of migration in Mexico and Latin America, as well as the processes and policies related to its management. These reflections have fostered the generation of new knowledge for the benefit of sustainable development.

Published: 2023-06-30


  • Migration Policies and Management: Regional Analysis towards Sustainable Development

    José María Ramos García
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-14


  • Tijuana at the Crossroads of Migration. Laws, Institutions and Budget to Attend to Migrants in a Violent Region

    David Rocha Romero, José Humberto Juárez Márquez, Jimmy Emmanuel Ramos Valencia
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-1
  • Transborder cooperation for the development of sustainable cities and communities in the Tijuana - San Diego border region. Review of institutions

    Alejandro Monjaraz Sandoval, Ana Luisa Ramírez Soto
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-2
  • Summit of the Americas and the management of the Migration and Development Pact: feasible?

    José María Ramos García, Carlos Barrachina Lisón
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-3
  • Psycho-social Care in Religious Shelters: An Alternative Approach for Mental Health Treatment of Migrants in Tijuana, Mexico

    Xochitl Itzel Olmos Herrera, Martha Cecilia Jaramillo Cardona, Ramiro Jaimes Martínez
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-4
  • Climate displaced persons in the neoliberal context: a cycle of socio-environmental degradation

    Osvaldo Guerrero Guerra, Alejandra Guillen Labastida
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-5
  • Central American dry corridor: a spatial imaginary associated with migration and environmental change

    Cándido Chan-Pech, Vicente Castro Castro, Sonia Palomeque Ochoa, Margarita Valencia Ruiz
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-6
  • Legalized human settlements: Cagua neighborhood first sector, Soacha, Colombia

    Juan Sebastián Gómez-Ochoa, Karen Andrea Largo-Avendaño, Fabio Orlando Cruz-Páez
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-7
  • Migration to neoliberal Chile: citizenship, roots and autonomy

    Juan Carlos Rodríguez Torrent, Rodrigo Vargas Callegari
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-8
  • Analysis of income distribution in Tijuana: reconfiguration among urban strata

    Jocelyne Rabelo Ramirez, Karina Salinas, Emilio Hernández, Erika Chávez
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-9
  • Human talent management models in the international context

    Carlos Huaraca-Carhuaricra
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-10

Open Theme Research Articles

  • What are the assets that influence poverty in the central macro-region of Peru? Looking for quirks

    Darlyn Karol Cosme Guzman, Claudia Mara Medina Meza, Mayly Fiorela Ruiz Mayhuasca , Margarita Calle Arancibia
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-11
  • Public policy through a teleodontological education model

    Xóchitl A. Arango Morales, Idalia Rodríguez Delgado, Gerardo Tamez González
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-12
  • Contractual relationship in Local Public Education Services: analysis from Agency Theory

    Francisco Ganga-Contreras, Carlos Rodríguez-Cisterna, Marjorie Tovar-Correal
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29105/pgc9.18-13
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