Neste artigo, consideramos os possíveis futuros da internacionalização no contexto dos desafios e crises globais atuais. Argumentamos que o modo como conceituamos e respondemos a esses desafios e crises informará abordagens distintas de internacionalização. Assim, além de revisar as diferentes abordagens, enfatizamos algumas possibilidades de internacionalização fundamentadas em uma orientação decolonial. Para além de ponderarmos o que seria um futuro decolonial para a internacionalização, também consideramos as complexidades e circularidades que por vezes emergem em esforços para implementar verdadeiramente mudanças decoloniais no ensino superior.
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