Few dates like September 11, 2001 have signaled such a radical change in the world. All spheres of the planet have been affected by the events of that day.
The pieces of the international order began to move. When they rearrange themselves, we will find ourselves on a planet very different from the one we knew. However, beyond its profound meaning, September 11 is just one more chapter in the great confrontation of our time: that between the global village and small villages, between uniformity and diversity, between homogenizing tendencies and particularizing currents. This book, written by the Venezuelan diplomat and academic Alfredo Toro Hardy, his country's ambassador to the United States, and author of numerous books on foreign policy and international economic relations, seeks to explore the nature of that great confrontation, the changes that it has brought about. and the peculiar characteristics of those two irreconcilable parts of the world.
It is a must-read book for everyone interested in the sociological evolution of our world.
- 1 kg
- 464 pages
Awarded by The Latino Literary Hall of Fame Awards BEA, Book Expo— America 2003, Chicago, USA. — Best history book
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- Author: Alfredo Toro-Hardy