Mild, English-Style Rebuke to the Americans, Yet in the Same Tight Knot. By Fernando Gómez Herrero.
Mild, English-Style Rebuke to the Americans, Yet in the Same Tight Knot. By Fernando Gómez Herrero, U of London, firstname.lastname@example.org This brief writing engages with the recent article “The Liberal Order Begins at Home: How Democratic Revival can Reboot the International System” by Robin Niblett and Leslie Vinjamuri (Foreign Affairs, March 30, 2021; https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/2021-03-30/liberal-order-begins-home). This pair has some visibility, respectively, the Dir
GEOPOLITICS OF THE UNITED STATES AND CHINA IN THE INTERREGNUM. THE MEETING IN ANCHORAGE, ALASKA.
Geopolitics of the United States and China in the Interregnum: The Meeting in Anchorage, Alaska (March 18, 2021). By Fernando Gómez Herrero (Birkbeck, U of London, fernandogherrero.com, (email@example.com). @Frederic J. Brown, AFP via France24.com (13/03/21) The world got to see something of a meeting of at least four significant men. This is about some visuals and some words, both dimensions are important, in relation to the U.S.-China competition that is already brandished
Ortega Criticizes Toynbee and Why It Matters 75 Years Later.
Ortega y Gasset Criticizes Arnold J. Toynbee, And Why It Matters 75 Years Later. By Fernando Gómez Herrero (Birkbeck, U of London, firstname.lastname@example.org; fernandogherrero.com; https://www.bbk.ac.uk/languages/our-staff/associate-research-fellows-visiting-professors/fernando-g-herrero/fernando-g-herrero). Introduction I want to summon two ghosts from the land of the dead and see how they fare: the Spanish philosopher José Ortega y Gasset (1883-1955) and the English historian Arnold