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  • The State that protects us: Communities, Natural Resources and Nature Rights
    Vol. 4 No. 22 (2019)

    Extractivism has become the concept that best defines the public policy of modern national states in Latin America, towards Natural Resources. This concept arises and is positioned from: a political position that questions, the Development and the subordination of the State to Multinational interests to which conservation and life matter little, and an option with the search for alternatives to the environmental crisis, alternatives that They find it necessary and inevitable to overcome capitalism as the system that governs life on the planet.

    Eloy Alfaro. Faculty of Sociology, University of Cuenca - Ecuador zancudo.irreverente@gmail.com

    * Anthropologist, Master in Anthropology from FLACSO Ecuador, as a Social Researcher has published academic articles, on topics of history, culture, philosophy and politics. As a writer he has published several poetry books, he is currently an academic at the University of Cuenca, a consultant and social activist.

  • Open theme
    Vol. 4 No. 21 (2019)
  • Temática Abierta
    Vol. 4 No. 20 (2019)
  • 30 years after Berlin’s “wall fall”: the Latin American left
    Vol. 4 No. 19 (2019)

    Dossier coordinado por Michel Goulart da Silva, PhD en Historia de la Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC). Realizó una pasantía postdoctoral en el Programa de Posgrado en Historia de la Universidad Estatal de Santa Catarina (UDESC). Trabaja en el Instituto Federal de Educación, Ciencia y Tecnología de Santa Catarina (IFC). michelgsilva@yahoo.com.br

  • Temática Abierta
    Vol. 4 No. 18 (2019)
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