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Germán José Manuel Toro Ghio, son of Germán Alfonso and Jenny Isabel Cristina, became a citizen of planet Earth in the cold dawn of Sunday, May 11, 1958, in Santiago, capital of southern Chile....

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Editor's Reflections

Information about a global war conflict in different regions is emerging from news balloons. On the one hand, there is a clear nuclear threat from one of the parties involved. However, the West does not see it as latent; paradoxically, it intensifies military cooperation with Ukraine daily. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been firing long-range missiles from his territory, causing alarm in South Korea and Japan and putting US forces in the region under high tension. Furthermore, today he announced US military reinforcements in the Philippines before an eventual military incursion of China to Taiwan.

With all this information, the question arises: where are we going?

Perhaps the most logical reaction to the war's unraveling is...

What is war?

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