The changes that have occurred in the International System from the end of the Cold War have produced advanced capitalist trends, instability in some regions of the world and increased mobility across the globe. The clash between the two systems, namely United States of America (USA) and Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) was ideological first and political and economic ultimately; both were totally committed in demonstrating that their own vision of the way the state and its society should work was the most advantageous. Unfortunately, the broader securitization of migration that has followed the so-called "refugee crises" has meant the "temporary" reconstruction of internal borders and the limitation of free movement in Europe in 2016. Inflation, debts and other economic hardships have been tackled with deep cuts to the two most important sectors of public expenditure in the European Social Model: public health and public education.