Prensa Circular economy: need and opportunity for Spain

Europe has made the circular economy one of its political priorities and Spain is committed to moving in this direction. This FAES Paper gathers reflections and recommendations on the challenges and opportunities that underlie this paradigm shift.

Prensa Federalism and Presidential System in the United States. Why Impeachment?

The United States is embarking on its fourth impeachment investigation. This Papers explain its origins, its conception under the premise of not being initiated by legal crime, but by a political one against the people, and not being a partisan tool to attack an adversary. The truth is that impeachment is a negation of the democratic electoral regime: the legislature decides to reverse the “will of the people” by removing the elected president.

Prensa "Macroeconomic populism compromises Spain's ability to cope with the slowdown"

2019 llega a su fin caracterizado por una desaceleración en las principales zonas económicas del mundo, si bien los indicadores alejan una recesión inminente. En este contexto el caso de España merece especial mención, ensombrecido por los posibles acuerdos entre izquierda y extrema izquierda. La preocupación que genera la apuesta por el populismo macroeconómico, unida a la situación fiscal y a la insostenibilidad de la deuda pública, llevan al profesor del IE Business School Ignacio Muñoz-Alonso a alertar de la comprometida situación en la que quedaría España para afrontar la desaceleración.

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 Circular economy: need and opportunity for Spain

Europe has made the circular economy one of its political priorities and Spain is committed to moving in this direction. This FAES Paper gathers reflections and recommendations on the challenges and opportunities that underlie this paradigm shift.

Prensa The failure of 'remunicipalising' public services

This FAES Paper untangles the clichés about efficiency and employability around the idea of ‘remunicipalising’ services, and it explains the European regulatory framework in terms of public concession contracts.

Prensa Franco-German Treaty of Aachen

The European Union is fragmented and divided. The treaty recently signed by France and Germany represents a new step in bilateral relations, but it should not convey the image of a duumvirate: the agreement represents an insufficient meeting point to develop the European project.

Prensa The Spanish Constitution. Four perspectives on its 40th anniversary

The Constitution became the key with which Spain gained access to a new reality. This study integrates four essays that underline its value from four different perspectives: institutional quality, reconciliation agreement, Constitution and Europe, and the referential value of the Transition in Latin America.

Prensa The Juncker Commission and the new nomination process

Last autumn the big European political families started the process of candidatures for the indirect election of the new President of the European Commission by placing their candidates at the top of the list. It is time to take stock of the Juncker Commission's management.

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Debate en el Parlamento Europeo sobre crímenes contra periodistas

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Unión Europea. ¿Hasta qué punto está unida?

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El vínculo atlántico ante los cambios de la Unión Europea

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El futuro de la Unión Europea

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La vigencia del sueño europeo

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Prensa Circular economy: need and opportunity for Spain

11.28.2019. Europe has made the circular economy one of its political priorities and Spain is committed to moving in this direction. This FAES Paper gathers reflections and recommendations on the challenges and opportunities that underlie this paradigm shift.

Prensa Federalism and Presidential System in the United States. Why Impeachment?

11.25.2019. The United States is embarking on its fourth impeachment investigation. This Papers explain its origins, its conception under the premise of not being initiated by legal crime, but by a political one against the people, and not being a partisan tool to attack an adversary. The truth is that impeachment is a negation of the democratic electoral regime: the legislature decides to reverse the “will of the people” by removing the elected president.

Prensa "Macroeconomic populism compromises Spain's ability to cope with the slowdown"

11.21.2019. 2019 llega a su fin caracterizado por una desaceleración en las principales zonas económicas del mundo, si bien los indicadores alejan una recesión inminente. En este contexto el caso de España merece especial mención, ensombrecido por los posibles acuerdos entre izquierda y extrema izquierda. La preocupación que genera la apuesta por el populismo macroeconómico, unida a la situación fiscal y a la insostenibilidad de la deuda pública, llevan al profesor del IE Business School Ignacio Muñoz-Alonso a alertar de la comprometida situación en la que quedaría España para afrontar la desaceleración.

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”.

Publicaciones Circular economy: need and opportunity for Spain

11.28.2019. Europe has made the circular economy one of its political priorities and Spain is committed to moving in this direction. This FAES Paper gathers reflections and recommendations on the challenges and opportunities that underlie this paradigm shift.

Publicaciones The failure of 'remunicipalising' public services

05.14.2019. This FAES Paper untangles the clichés about efficiency and employability around the idea of ‘remunicipalising’ services, and it explains the European regulatory framework in terms of public concession contracts.

Publicaciones Franco-German Treaty of Aachen

02.18.2019. The European Union is fragmented and divided. The treaty recently signed by France and Germany represents a new step in bilateral relations, but it should not convey the image of a duumvirate: the agreement represents an insufficient meeting point to develop the European project.

Publicaciones The Spanish Constitution. Four perspectives on its 40th anniversary

01.24.2019. The Constitution became the key with which Spain gained access to a new reality. This study integrates four essays that underline its value from four different perspectives: institutional quality, reconciliation agreement, Constitution and Europe, and the referential value of the Transition in Latin America.

Publicaciones The Juncker Commission and the new nomination process

01.21.2019. Last autumn the big European political families started the process of candidatures for the indirect election of the new President of the European Commission by placing their candidates at the top of the list. It is time to take stock of the Juncker Commission's management.

Videos
Debate en el Parlamento Europeo sobre crímenes contra periodistas

Videos
Unión Europea. ¿Hasta qué punto está unida?

Videos
El vínculo atlántico ante los cambios de la Unión Europea

Videos
El futuro de la Unión Europea

Videos
La vigencia del sueño europeo

Fotos

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Fotos Seminario EIN-FAES: 'Integración, inmigración y valores europeos'

Fotos Conference 'Towards a European Energy Union'

Fotos Nationalism and European Union (in Barcelona)