• (JULY - DECEMBRE) 2022
    Vol. 8 No. 16 (2022)

    This issue contains 14 contributions from seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Spain, Mexico and Peru. The authors show us a melting pot of approaches to the various issues of communications in the context of a crisis. We put at your disposal and consideration a set of texts that help enrich our understanding of the crisis and the role of communication. We hope that scholars who consult this edition will find information and analysis useful in their own inquiries and reflections.
  • VOL. 8 NÚM. 15: (JANUARY - JUN) 2022

    This monographic issue is dedicated to Mexico's relations with the Central European region -or Central / Eastern Europe- and, in particular, with the nations that make up the so-called Visegrad Group that was formed 30 years ago (in 1991) under the main inspiration for the two great leaders of Central Europe at that time: the President of Poland, Lech Walesa, and the President of the then Czechoslovakia, Vaclav Havel. It was originally made up of Czechoslovakia, Poland and Hungary. After its birth in 1993, the Slovak Republic also remained part of this informal group.

  • VOL. 7 NÚM. 14: (JULY - DECEMBER) 2021

    In this issue of the Political Science, Globality and Citizenship Journal, a scientific journal edited by the Faculty of Political Sciences and International Relations of the Autonomous University of Nuevo León, eleven articles are presented that address the problems derived from the health contingency caused by COVID -19 from a State, Government or Human Rights perspective; and other relevant and current issues, such as electoral crimes, the right to the city, women's rights, among others. The texts presented in this issue are the result of rigorous research that provide important ideas for the deepening of the academic debate on each of the topics. With this, the Political, Globality and Citizenship Scientific Journal continues to position itself as an important reference for the academic and scientific community, nationally and internationally, in order to generate useful knowledge for the university community.

  • Vol. 7 No. 13: (JANUARY - JUNE) 2021

    Latin America is experiencing a health crisis caused by COVID-19; political crisis in some of their countries derived from popular and indigenous mobilizations against neoliberal economic measures and from not feeling represented by their governments; economic crisis caused by contraction in global demand and supply chains; also a humanitarian crisis due to the massive movement of migrants and refugees in search of improving their quality of life. Therefore, governments have great challenges to respond to health, social, fiscal and monetary measures. In this issue of the Political Science, Globality and Citizenship Journal, the reader will have access to ten articles that delve into topics that are essential to society, mainly in what concerns the axes of government, political communication, foreign trade, alternative methods of conflict resolution, migration, entrepreneurship and law.

  • Vol. 6 Núm. 12: (JULY - DECEMBER) 2020

    At present, the world is experiencing great challenges in terms of public health, but also in finding new formulas for economic development. The political systems of diverse nations are challenged to find sustainable solutions that meet the expectations of nations. In this issue of the magazine "Politics, Globality and Citizenship", the reader will have access to eleven articles that delve into topics that are essential to find the institutional mechanisms that allow a better social coexistence among individuals who are part of a plural society and also between the nations. They correspond to studies that have been carried out in a rigorous way and with an examination of cases that contribute to a necessary debate in today's academy.

  • Vol. 6 Núm. 11: (JANUARY - JUNE) 2020

    This new socio-spatial, dynamic and complex reality raises multiple challenges, readings and valuations around multicultural coexistence and social development in host cities, attracting the interest of social sciences in Latin America, which has resulted in a greater number of research projects, specialization courses, study centers and national and international interregional and transatlantic collaboration that reflect on migration, coexistence and social incorporation. These changes have led to old emigration countries becoming migratory destinations (Spain and Portugal; Mexico), and conversely, old immigration destinations (Venezuela) have become expulsion of immigrants (Gissi, Ghio and Silva, 2019 ), or that they harbor both emigration and immigration, a reality that became evident in the Iberian Peninsula during the last world crisis (Padilla and Ortiz 2012) or in the new migratory context in Latin America (Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil), in the actuality very marked by the Venezuelan exodus. Inclusively, it has become evident how political and electoral processes increasingly influence immigration.

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