We welcome the arrival of summer with a new Issue of our Global Square Magazine. Our Issue 3 is devoted to a rare quality: vision. Being endowed with vision, cultivating it and using it for the betterment of society is a trait shared by few people and we want to celebrate them. Thus, in Conversations & Disputations we will interview Basma Alsuleiman, a visionary Saudi woman who is using the power of new technologies to bring her art collection to a wider audience. Vince Mc Carthy, the CEO & Founder of the Festival of Curiosity, in Dublin, will also join us in this section to share with our readers his vision about science and its capacity to inspire a new generation of young adventurers. In our Global Agora we will feature a provocative essay by Professor Bruce J. Jentleson, explaining why the vision that sustained the International Liberal Order has vanished and will not come back. In the Global Arcade, Juan Mera writes about a celebrated architect, Le Corbusier, but from the point of view of his far lesser known dimension as a visionary painter. Our Cosmopolitan Biography of choice is evoked by Carmen Serrano de Haro, who brings to our attention an obscure but fascinating episode in the life of Heinrich Schliemann, the man who discovered the ruins of Troy and thus changed our vision of Greek Antiquity and, along the way, unearthed the real characters behind Homer´s epic poem. In The Lost Art of Travel, we will embark on a journey guided by the intriguing collages and aphorisms created by Alfonso Lucini, a diplomat and artist who is at home in the wider world. In our section Reading is Living we will offer a platform for the Royal Academy of History of Spain, whose visionary researchers have used Big Data and AI to bring to life the biographies of thousands of men and women who have made Spanish history from Late Antiquity to our days. Finally, in this Issue some of our regular contributors will explore how the realms of geopolitics, philosophy, science, cybersecurity or even our emotions are affected by men and women whose visions have transformed the way we live, think and feel.