Prensa 18th FAES Ibero-American Leaders Training Program

The Program fosters the knowledge on the Spanish political, institutional and economic systems, as well as leadership training. The participants have attended conferences, visited institutions and held meetings with Jose María Aznar and Pablo Casado, among others.

Prensa Quebec, law and clarity

Pedro Sánchez praised the way in which the Quebec case had demonstrated that "politics can give solutions to a secessionist crisis", but the canadian 'Law of Clarity' was established for a state that is recognized as divisible. Due to this substantial difference Stéphane Dion, creator of this law, has denied that it was applicable to Spain.

Prensa Basque nationalism and the confederal illuison

The PNV have been promoting a frankly unconstitutional reform of a Statute that they now consider to be amortised. The confederal proposal makes no sense. But certain nonsenses have some future when they find a good “atmosphere” in the Spanish Government.

Prensa “Europe, an excellent ambition facing serious threats”

FAES Director, Javier Zarzalejos, has participated in the conference '¿Pueden los valores europeos hacer frente al nacionalismo y al populismo?' (Can European values confront nationalism and populism?) organized in Barcelona by Red Floridablanca. In his opinion, "the original project of the Atlantic liberal order seems to call into question", and even if "Europe has been an excellent ambition, we cannot ignore the fact that today there are serious threats".

Prensa Jimmy Morales and the CICIG: A Brief reflection on the situation in Guatemala

The International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala has been controversial since its inception.  President Jimmy Morales has just set the end of his mission for next year, which has fueled the confrontation between critics and defenders. While both sides are partly right, the fight against impunity and corruption needs to build bridges outside the system.

Prensa Cuadernos de Pensamiento Político nº 61

JESÚS F. COGOLLOS. La historia de la derecha en España (José Manuel Cuenca Toribio)ALBERTO MINGARDI. The Virtue of Nationalism (Yoram Hazony)ROBERTO INCLÁN GIL. El pueblo contra la democracia (Yascha Mounk)PEDRO FERNÁNDEZ-BARBADILLO. El mito del paraíso andalusí. Musulmanes, cristianos y judíos bajo el dominio islámico en la España medieval (Darío Fernández-Morera)ANTONIO RUBIO PLO. Brzezinski, un ‘idealista moderado’ (Zbigniew Brzezinski, America’s Grand Strategist, Justin Vaïsse)ALFREDO CRESPO ALCÁZAR: El sueño de la libertad. Mosaico vasco de los años del terror (Manuel Montero)

Prensa The Statute of Catalonia: Equally Unconstitutional, But More Confusing

Catalan nationalism has acquired a leading role since the last general elections because of the prominent position that the Spanish Government has given the movement, in spite of the number of seats it actually won.

Prensa 18th FAES Ibero-American Leaders Training Program

10.01.2018. The Program fosters the knowledge on the Spanish political, institutional and economic systems, as well as leadership training. The participants have attended conferences, visited institutions and held meetings with Jose María Aznar and Pablo Casado, among others.

Prensa Quebec, law and clarity

09.27.2018. Pedro Sánchez praised the way in which the Quebec case had demonstrated that "politics can give solutions to a secessionist crisis", but the canadian 'Law of Clarity' was established for a state that is recognized as divisible. Due to this substantial difference Stéphane Dion, creator of this law, has denied that it was applicable to Spain.

Prensa Basque nationalism and the confederal illuison

09.26.2018. The PNV have been promoting a frankly unconstitutional reform of a Statute that they now consider to be amortised. The confederal proposal makes no sense. But certain nonsenses have some future when they find a good “atmosphere” in the Spanish Government.

Prensa “Europe, an excellent ambition facing serious threats”

09.13.2018. FAES Director, Javier Zarzalejos, has participated in the conference '¿Pueden los valores europeos hacer frente al nacionalismo y al populismo?' (Can European values confront nationalism and populism?) organized in Barcelona by Red Floridablanca. In his opinion, "the original project of the Atlantic liberal order seems to call into question", and even if "Europe has been an excellent ambition, we cannot ignore the fact that today there are serious threats".

Prensa Jimmy Morales and the CICIG: A Brief reflection on the situation in Guatemala

09.11.2018. The International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala has been controversial since its inception.  President Jimmy Morales has just set the end of his mission for next year, which has fueled the confrontation between critics and defenders. While both sides are partly right, the fight against impunity and corruption needs to build bridges outside the system.

Publicaciones Cuadernos de Pensamiento Político nº 61

01.16.2019. JESÚS F. COGOLLOS. La historia de la derecha en España (José Manuel Cuenca Toribio)ALBERTO MINGARDI. The Virtue of Nationalism (Yoram Hazony)ROBERTO INCLÁN GIL. El pueblo contra la democracia (Yascha Mounk)PEDRO FERNÁNDEZ-BARBADILLO. El mito del paraíso andalusí. Musulmanes, cristianos y judíos bajo el dominio islámico en la España medieval (Darío Fernández-Morera)ANTONIO RUBIO PLO. Brzezinski, un ‘idealista moderado’ (Zbigniew Brzezinski, America’s Grand Strategist, Justin Vaïsse)ALFREDO CRESPO ALCÁZAR: El sueño de la libertad. Mosaico vasco de los años del terror (Manuel Montero)

Publicaciones The Statute of Catalonia: Equally Unconstitutional, But More Confusing

03.31.2006. Catalan nationalism has acquired a leading role since the last general elections because of the prominent position that the Spanish Government has given the movement, in spite of the number of seats it actually won.