The second plane of democracy and the open society, in the first quarter of the 21st Century
- Lagomarsino Montoya, Mario - Mancinas Chavez, Rosalba - Guillermo Estay Sepulveda, Juan - Moreno Leiva, German - Moraga Galvez, Lorena
- Datos de publicación:
- AMAZONIA INVESTIGA,Vol.10,68-77,2021
- Democracy - Geopolitics - International Relations - Open Society - Power Relations
- Migración Web of Science 
- The 21st Century presents a new way for the world to begin to regulate, after the violent Unipolar order that affected humanity, particularly in the nineties of the last century and in the first eight years of our current century. The United States dominated the world in the last 40 years and today, the first symptoms of its decline as an empire are beginning to be observed. The geopolitical turn, should bring an opportunity for democracy and open society, so that they can be better reflected in the diverse populations of the world. However, democracy must resist a stormy period, which marks the end of an era, in a situation of much loss of prestige that suffers as a political regime and also must, at the same time, cease to be a set of rules to start government over the market. Not easy. The objective of the article, along with glimpsing the decline of the United States as a hegemonic power, seeks to show how democracy remains in the background of importance to the real struggle for political, economic and geopolitical power.