Along the same lines, Rogero commented that the interest of the educational institution was to address this highly relevant and topical topic so that citizens in Tucumán can also access reflections at this level: “We seek to understand what are the central aspects that imply this war, and for that we need this type of reflection strategies in accessible language to the whole community. In this sense, Natanson has an enormous career as a writer, journalist and political scientist in international relations and international studies; and he has a very flat, direct way of communicating, suitable for the entire community. We understand that our role from the School of Government is to be able to provide the people of Tucuman with these spaces so that they can make critical judgments and make decisions or positions on these current issues that concern the economic, political and life in society”.

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