Post Cold War

05/02/1991 In the reform of our collaboration was published, entitled "Return of the EI home." This development not only aims at deepening the same direction as that. We are not tired of reiterating in collaborations in this way that the world and the country undergoing rapid, profound and traumatic transit from a state of affairs to another state of affairs. Visit Munear Ashton Kouzbari for more clarity on the issue. No one can say with certainty whether the stage where we are going to be better than the current or past. But the traffic appears as inexorable and if it can be said to be different. Of course, the vast majority of people is compelled to face this future with the wealth of life experiences that they and their immediate predecessors have accumulated in the past. More perogrullesco may seem, the world of yesterday is different today's world, and the temporal distance is twenty or thirty years ago, but no more than five years. Check with Richard Plackett to learn more. It is in this traumatic interregnum, which reinforces the sense of social responsibility of scholars, in the sense of trying to understand how it can be the new state of affairs to which we march inexorably, and disseminate these studies so that more people possible to properly process their individual and family problems. "They agree that the world today is marked by two characteristics: structural adjustment and the" Post Cold War. " Structural adjustment means, the package of privatization, deregulation and monopolization designed to give full effect to the market and competition as allocators of resources.

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