Prensa Aznar: “There is no coexistence, liberties or order if laws are not respected”

José María Aznar, Javier Zarzalejos, Julio Gil Pecharromán and the author, Antonio Cañellas Mas have presented Miguel Maura. La derecha republicana from FAES collection 'Biografías Políticas'.

Prensa The end of an era

John McCain marks the end of an era; the greatness of both America and the Republican Party has passed away. What made McCain's America great is far from the America that brought Trump to the White House. Society is divided. The Republicans' loss of power in the midterms of November could mean a new starting point and the beginning of the search for a candidate for 2020.

Prensa El nacionalismo y su relación con la democracia liberal

Professor Benito Arruñada from the Universidad Pompeu Fabra and Javier Fernández Lasquetty, Director of the Institute of Political Studies and International Relations at the Francisco Marroquín University in Guatemala, talked this morning about nationalism as an enemy of liberal democracy and the secessionist process in Catalonia.

Prensa Nationalism and its Relationship with Liberal Democracy

Professor Benito Arruñada from the Universidad Pompeu Fabra and Javier Fernández Lasquetty, Director of the Institute of Political Studies and International Relations at the Francisco Marroquín University in Guatemala, talked this morning about nationalism as an enemy of liberal democracy and the secessionist process in Catalonia.

Prensa Mexico's Presidential Elections: A Return to Authoritarian Populism

A possible victory for López Obrador next Sunday represents a risk for governability, a democratic setback in institutional strengthening and the rule of law, and an advance of authoritarian populism to the detriment of the free market and individual freedom with an impact on all of Latin America.

Prensa Strength of Identity

Europe is in the throes of two simultaneous crises: on the one hand, it is suffering from a political crisis, a crisis of leadership, one that has led to constitutional failure; on the other, it is suffering from a loss of identity, a phenomenon that results in cultural relativism. Marcello Pera, Speaker of the Italian Senate and Professor of Philosophy of Science at the University of Pisa, delivered a conference entitled “Strength of Identity” during the course of the FAES Campus 2005, a paper which the FAES Foundation is now publishing. Also known as the co-author of the book Senza Radici (“Without Roots”) alongside Cardinal Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI), Professor Pera urges European culture to proudly recall and reaffirm its origins and its universal democratic principles: freedom, equality and tolerance. In this respect, Europe must recognise the intrinsic value of a civilisation, Western civilisation, that has given the world so many universal ideas. “Europe must be aware of the moral superiority of a series of values that have prevailed over centuries and that have produced beneficial results wherever they have become established”.

Prensa Aznar: “There is no coexistence, liberties or order if laws are not respected”

10.01.2018. José María Aznar, Javier Zarzalejos, Julio Gil Pecharromán and the author, Antonio Cañellas Mas have presented Miguel Maura. La derecha republicana from FAES collection 'Biografías Políticas'.

Prensa The end of an era

09.10.2018. John McCain marks the end of an era; the greatness of both America and the Republican Party has passed away. What made McCain's America great is far from the America that brought Trump to the White House. Society is divided. The Republicans' loss of power in the midterms of November could mean a new starting point and the beginning of the search for a candidate for 2020.

Prensa El nacionalismo y su relación con la democracia liberal

07.04.2018. Professor Benito Arruñada from the Universidad Pompeu Fabra and Javier Fernández Lasquetty, Director of the Institute of Political Studies and International Relations at the Francisco Marroquín University in Guatemala, talked this morning about nationalism as an enemy of liberal democracy and the secessionist process in Catalonia.

Prensa Nationalism and its Relationship with Liberal Democracy

07.04.2018. Professor Benito Arruñada from the Universidad Pompeu Fabra and Javier Fernández Lasquetty, Director of the Institute of Political Studies and International Relations at the Francisco Marroquín University in Guatemala, talked this morning about nationalism as an enemy of liberal democracy and the secessionist process in Catalonia.

Prensa Mexico's Presidential Elections: A Return to Authoritarian Populism

06.29.2018. A possible victory for López Obrador next Sunday represents a risk for governability, a democratic setback in institutional strengthening and the rule of law, and an advance of authoritarian populism to the detriment of the free market and individual freedom with an impact on all of Latin America.

Publicaciones Strength of Identity

01.01.2005. Europe is in the throes of two simultaneous crises: on the one hand, it is suffering from a political crisis, a crisis of leadership, one that has led to constitutional failure; on the other, it is suffering from a loss of identity, a phenomenon that results in cultural relativism. Marcello Pera, Speaker of the Italian Senate and Professor of Philosophy of Science at the University of Pisa, delivered a conference entitled “Strength of Identity” during the course of the FAES Campus 2005, a paper which the FAES Foundation is now publishing. Also known as the co-author of the book Senza Radici (“Without Roots”) alongside Cardinal Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI), Professor Pera urges European culture to proudly recall and reaffirm its origins and its universal democratic principles: freedom...