Post-neoliberalismo, post-pandemia Covid-19 y sociedad civil global

  • Kiyoshi Matsushita Ritsumeikan University
Palabras clave: post-neoliberalismo, pandemia post-Covid-19, sociedad civil global, movimientos anticapitalistas, gobernanza democrática de múltiples capas

Resumen

La globalización neoliberal impulsa los procesos sociales, económicos, culturales e ideológicos en todo el mundo en el siglo XXI, lo que precede a la división de cada nación, comunidad, región y el patrón de pensamiento, incluida la construcción de muros, un gran número de refugiados y emigraciones, y muchos conflictos y actividades terroristas.  

Según el informe de Oxfam de 2019, se crea un nuevo multimillonario cada dos días y las 26 personas más ricas del mundo poseen tanto como el 50% más pobre. Al aumentar esta polarización y desigualdad, la globalización neoliberal alimentó el problema crónico de la sobreacumulación y la militarización.

Este artículo se centra en el presente de la globalización neoliberal bajo la pandemia del Covid-19. Significa una reconsideración crítica del capitalismo moderno que trae ahora una profunda miseria a la historia de la humanidad, lo que incluiye la pobreza, los refugiados, la inmigración, los crímenes transnacionales, el cambio climático y la pandemia. Además, se violan los derechos humanos fundamentales como consecuencia del control supremo del mercado, la competencia y la desregulación por parte de las empresas multinacionales.

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Publicado
2021-07-02
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Matsushita, K. (2021). Post-neoliberalismo, post-pandemia Covid-19 y sociedad civil global. Relaciones Internacionales, 30(60), 128. https://doi.org/10.24215/23142766e128