Prensa Venezuela, a matter of dignity

Since it is the turn of the ‘Freedom Operation’, Venezuela is calling the honourable military officers to restore the dignity of the military institution and, with it, the dignity of a country that still has everything to become one of the most prosperous nations of Latin America.

Prensa José Pedro Pérez-Llorca, In Memoriam

Pérez-Llorca leaves his mark, and in addition to the praise from different political positions, he deserves that his great contribution to freedom and coexistence among Spaniards continues.

Prensa The new Cuban Constitution: the petrification of the garrison State

Those who hoped that the new Magna Carta would open spaces for democratic transition will be greatly disappointed, because it maintains the communist rhetoric and gear of the dictatorship. Since international observers are not allowed, we already know beforehand what the result of the constitutional referendum.

Prensa Spain ranks 57th in the Economic Freedom Index

Our country obtained 65.7 points out of 100, a slight improvement of 0.6 points over the previous year. Spain ranks between Indonesia and Slovenia in the world ranking, and is surpassed by countries such as Bahrain, Kosovo, Romania and Botswana.

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 Venezuela, a matter of dignity

05.01.2019. Since it is the turn of the ‘Freedom Operation’, Venezuela is calling the honourable military officers to restore the dignity of the military institution and, with it, the dignity of a country that still has everything to become one of the most prosperous nations of Latin America.

Prensa Aznar: "We cannot make the mistake of entrusting our future to the conjunction of the left and the nationalists that has brought us to this situation"

03.19.2019. Palabras durante la presentación de la biografía 'Lerroux. La República liberal'.

Prensa José Pedro Pérez-Llorca, In Memoriam

03.07.2019. Pérez-Llorca leaves his mark, and in addition to the praise from different political positions, he deserves that his great contribution to freedom and coexistence among Spaniards continues.

Prensa The new Cuban Constitution: the petrification of the garrison State

02.21.2019. Those who hoped that the new Magna Carta would open spaces for democratic transition will be greatly disappointed, because it maintains the communist rhetoric and gear of the dictatorship. Since international observers are not allowed, we already know beforehand what the result of the constitutional referendum.

Prensa Spain ranks 57th in the Economic Freedom Index

01.30.2019. Our country obtained 65.7 points out of 100, a slight improvement of 0.6 points over the previous year. Spain ranks between Indonesia and Slovenia in the world ranking, and is surpassed by countries such as Bahrain, Kosovo, Romania and Botswana.

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...