Prensa FAES, 30 years at the service of Spain  

FAES has celebrated its 30th anniversary surrounded by the friends who have made it possible, by its patrons and by many of those who collaborate with it and share the principles of defence of Spain, constitutional order and liberal democracy. To all of them, our special thanks.

Prensa Luis Lacalle Pou, new president of Uruguay, member of the FAES network in Latin America

José María Aznar congratulated him and reminded him that in 2006 he participated in the FAES Latin American Leaders Training Program.

Prensa FAES proposes a radical transformation of NATO

The FAES foundation has presented its report ‘The Atlantic Alliance 70 Years Later: Frim Reform to Rebuilding’ in which it proposes a radical transformation of NATO. At the presentation ceremony, the former President of the Government and president of FAES, José María Aznar stated that “the combination of Atlanticism, Europeanism and liberal order is the most desirable and profitable way to face the complicated future that lies ahead”.

Prensa Bolivia in the face of the uncertainty of a political transition

The new stage should include all sectors of civil society and the parties to promote a proposal for a country that complies with the ideas of freedom, democracy and the rule of law, which have been absent from the political scene for the past fourteen years.

Prensa “The memory of the Wall must continue to encourage us to work for the strengthening of Europe"

"The tearing down of the Berlin Wall represented the end of a story, but History has followed, and it is up to us to ensure that that story that follows, that of all, can continue to be written in terms of freedom".

Prensa La ley de educación de Cataluña: Un ataque a la libertad [The Education Law in Catalonia: An Attack to Freedom]

Los socialistas catalanes se han convertido, por méritos propios, en la principal fuerza nacionalista del Gobierno tripartito. Desde que un socialista preside el Gobierno de Cataluña, sus consejeros de Educación han ido incumpliendo todas y cada una de las sentencias del Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Cataluña que obligan a las autoridades educativas a preguntar por la lengua habitual de los alumnos en el momento de formalizar su preinscripción escolar, a impartir la tercera hora de castellano, a respetar la lengua materna de los niños y a garantizar el derecho a la enseñanza en castellano al menos hasta la finalización del primer ciclo de primaria.

Prensa The Freedom Revolution

November 9, 2004 was the fifteenth anniversary of the ?fall? of the Berlin Wall. To commemorate the event, the FAES Foundation organized a series of lectures called ?The Freedom Revolution?, in which twelve figures from the political and intellectual world in the East and West took part. The series was coordinated by Ana Palacio, a member of the Spanish Parliament and former Minister for Foreign Affairs, and it ran from November 2004 to May 2005.One of the main theses of the ?Freedom Revolution? is that the Berlin Wall did not collapse of its own accord. The Wall was pulled down by the determination of people who risked their lives in order to regain their freedom. If the Wall fell it was also because of the steadfastness of a generation of politicians who were determined to stop the advance of totalitarian tyranny despite of the incomprehension of a large proportion of intellectuals in the West. These efforts helped to bring freedom and peace to the other side of the Iron Curtain.Some of the eye witnesses of that time, many of whom played key roles in the process, took part in the lecture series and explained their vision of events and their response. Helmut Kohl, Bronislaw Geremek, Giovanni Sartori, Nicolas Baverez, Carlos Alberto Montaner, Jesús Huerta de Soto, Francis Fukuyama, Guy Sorman, André Glucksmann, Richard Perle, Joseph Weiler and Christopher DeMuth took us through what happened in the Freedom Revolution. Their words, their memories and their teachings, given in the Great Hall of San Pablo-CEU University, are gathered together in this volume, which also includes the introductions made by José María Aznar, AnaPalacio and José María Lassalle.The FAES Foundation would like to give special thanks to Noah Clarke, Carmelo López-Arias, Elena Segura, Jessica Zorogastua and Miguel Ángel Quintanilla Navarro for their work in putting together this publication.We would also like to thank the Rector of San Pablo-CEU University, José Alberto Parejo Gámir, for the magnificent facilities offered by the university, which made this lecture series possible.

Prensa FAES, 30 years at the service of Spain  

11.28.2019. FAES has celebrated its 30th anniversary surrounded by the friends who have made it possible, by its patrons and by many of those who collaborate with it and share the principles of defence of Spain, constitutional order and liberal democracy. To all of them, our special thanks.

Prensa Luis Lacalle Pou, new president of Uruguay, member of the FAES network in Latin America

11.25.2019. José María Aznar congratulated him and reminded him that in 2006 he participated in the FAES Latin American Leaders Training Program.

Prensa FAES proposes a radical transformation of NATO

11.18.2019. The FAES foundation has presented its report ‘The Atlantic Alliance 70 Years Later: Frim Reform to Rebuilding’ in which it proposes a radical transformation of NATO. At the presentation ceremony, the former President of the Government and president of FAES, José María Aznar stated that “the combination of Atlanticism, Europeanism and liberal order is the most desirable and profitable way to face the complicated future that lies ahead”.

Prensa Bolivia in the face of the uncertainty of a political transition

11.13.2019. The new stage should include all sectors of civil society and the parties to promote a proposal for a country that complies with the ideas of freedom, democracy and the rule of law, which have been absent from the political scene for the past fourteen years.

Prensa “The memory of the Wall must continue to encourage us to work for the strengthening of Europe"

11.08.2019. "The tearing down of the Berlin Wall represented the end of a story, but History has followed, and it is up to us to ensure that that story that follows, that of all, can continue to be written in terms of freedom".

Publicaciones La ley de educación de Cataluña: Un ataque a la libertad [The Education Law in Catalonia: An Attack to Freedom]

07.01.2009. Los socialistas catalanes se han convertido, por méritos propios, en la principal fuerza nacionalista del Gobierno tripartito. Desde que un socialista preside el Gobierno de Cataluña, sus consejeros de Educación han ido incumpliendo todas y cada una de las sentencias del Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Cataluña que obligan a las autoridades educativas a preguntar por la lengua habitual de los alumnos en el momento de formalizar su preinscripción escolar, a impartir la tercera hora de castellano, a respetar la lengua materna de los niños y a garantizar el derecho a la enseñanza en castellano al menos hasta la finalización del primer ciclo de primaria.

Publicaciones NATO: An Alliance for Freedom

03.01.2009.

Publicaciones Latin America: an agenda for freedom + CD-ROM

01.01.2007.    

Publicaciones NATO: An alliance for Freedom

01.01.2006.

Publicaciones The Freedom Revolution

01.01.2006. November 9, 2004 was the fifteenth anniversary of the ?fall? of the Berlin Wall. To commemorate the event, the FAES Foundation organized a series of lectures called ?The Freedom Revolution?, in which twelve figures from the political and intellectual world in the East and West took part. The series was coordinated by Ana Palacio, a member of the Spanish Parliament and former Minister for Foreign Affairs, and it ran from November 2004 to May 2005.One of the main theses of the ?Freedom Revolution? is that the Berlin Wall did not collapse of its own accord. The Wall was pulled down by the determination of people who risked their lives in order to regain their freedom. If the Wall fell it was also because of the steadfastness of a generation of politicians who were determined to stop...