Relaciones Internacionales – Comunicación Internacional

20 octubre, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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Relaciones hispano-británicas tras el Brexit

Alberto Bueno@AlbertoBueno_
Cristina Manzano@ManzanoCr: Estupendo esto de @aureamolto en @elpais_inter. Una de las principales víctimas del brexit es la confianza

20 octubre, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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Les journalistes, le journalisme et les ONG

Les ONG, nouveau terrain du journalisme

Investigations au long court, enquêtes sur des phénomènes de société, photo-reportages dans des zones à risques… Ces productions, délaissées par les médias traditionnels, font désormais le miel des… lafabriquedelinfo.fr

jean-paul marthoz@jpmarthoz

20 octubre, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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Contar África (Xavier Aldekoa y Alfonso Armada)

‘África adentro’, de Xavier Aldekoa y Alfonso Armada

Ambos aman África, pero la han vivido en momentos diferentes. A Alfonso Armada (Vigo, 1958) le marcó el genocidio de Ruanda. A Xavier Aldekoa… tienda.revista5w.com

Revista 5W@revista5W

20 octubre, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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American Dialogue (Joseph J. Ellis)

American Dialogue by Joseph J. Ellis

Preface

My Self-Evident Truth

“History is always unfinished in the sense that the future always uses its past in new ways.”
– Peter Gay, Style in History (1974)

Self-evident truths are especially alluring because, by definition, no one needs to explain why they are true. The most famous example of this lovely paradox, which gave the term its name, is the second paragraph in the Declaration of Independence (i.e. “We hold these truths to be self-evident”), where Thomas Jefferson surreptitiously imbedded the creedal statement of the American promise.

The ironies abound, since Jefferson almost certainly did not know he was drafting the American Creed, and subsequent generations worshipped his words for reasons different than he intended. Moreover, his initial draft described the truths as “sacred and undeniable,” and it was probably Benjamin Franklin who suggested the change to “self-evident.” But, in the end, such nettlesome details have proven powerless against the sweeping influence of Jefferson’s message, which defined the terms of the liberal tradition in American history. Continuar leyendo →

20 octubre, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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Brexit conundrum (October 2018)

¿Es posible llegar a un buen acuerdo para el Brexit?

El Brexit, más cerca de ‘Barrio Sésamo’ de que ’13 días’

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