Who should manage the public services in Spain?

14/05/2019. The dogmatic prejudice about the ‘remunicipalisation of public services’ satisfies the left, and that makes it necessary to untangle the lies and move forward to a public-private collaboration model.

"Lerroux understands the Republic as a regime created for everybody, liberal and parliamentary"

18/03/2019. "Liberal and inclusive republicanism grows and dies with Lerroux," explains Roberto Villa García, the author of the book, in this #DiálogosFAES with Professor Luis Arranz Notario.

2019 Economic Perspectives for Spain and the World

12/02/2019. 2019 will be a year marked by the slowdown of the world economy. The first signs of weakness are also beginning to be felt in Spain - a fall in private consumption, investment and industrial production - although we are far from a recession like that of 2008.

From the struggle against ETA to the struggle for the story

23/01/2019. Gregorio Ordóñez was more than a political leader; he was a social leader to whom speaking clearly cost him his life. Javier Zarzalejos and María San Gil remember the scope of a figure and a legacy that represents the best political commitment.

Mid-term elections. Everyone wins

14/11/2018. Midterm elections in the USA are a thermometer, a pulse monitoring to the presidency. On this occasion, Democrats and Republicans consider themselves to have come out on top. Will the president change his tone? On what issues will the Democrats fight? Has the Republican Party definitely mutated?

Spanish economy: slowdown and uncertainties

04/10/2018. The Spanish economy has engaged in an evident process of deceleration fundamentally caused by the fall in exports and consumption (especially in Catalonia). This scenario is not necessarily irreversible, but it is key to regain credibility and confidence and eliminate elements of uncertainty.