Prensa Octavo informe FAES China

La crisis del coronavirus ha intensificado el debate en la Unión Europea y en los principales Estados miembros sobre la relación con China y sus implicaciones profundas. A pesar de los distintos enfoques, existe un amplio consenso sobre la necesidad de que la UE articule una política hacia China más sólida y con un enfoque más estratégico frente a un entorno internacional en rápida transformación y caracterizado por la competición y las rivalidades sistémicas. También la OTAN presta cada vez más atención a China, incluyendo su creciente presencia en sectores estratégicos europeos. A tal efecto, la Fundación FAES ha elaborado un ambicioso proyecto, ‘España y el debate euroatlántico sobre China’, en colaboración con el 'think tank' londinense Resilient Futures.

Prensa China’s Sharp Power

The coronavirus crisis has intensified the debate in the EU and key member states on the relationship with China and its profound implications. While differences in national approaches persist, there is a growing consensus on the need for the EU to articulate a stronger and more strategically focused China policy in the face of a rapidly changing international environment characterized by great power rivalry.

Prensa Debates on China in the United Kingdom

The coronavirus crisis has intensified the debate in the EU and key member states on the relationship with China and its profound implications. While differences in national approaches persist, there is a growing consensus on the need for the EU to articulate a stronger and more strategically focused China policy in the face of a rapidly changing international environment characterized by great power rivalry.

Prensa The Spanish Economic Model 1996-2004: A Silent Revolution

Between 1996 and 2004, Spain enjoyed the longest period of prosperity in its democratic history. Five million jobs, convergence of up to 98% with regard to the average EU income per capita, low inflation, a favourite destination for foreign investment, reduction of the public debt in terms of GDP, a budget surplus and creation of a Social Security Reserve Fund, are all results of a new economic model introduced by the Partido Popular. The key aspects of this model are described in this book by Lorenzo Bernaldo de Quirós and Ricardo Martínez Rico. The foundations of this new economic model consisted of the following measures: restraints on public expenditure, reorientation of expenditure based on efficiency criteria, reductions in income tax and corporate tax rates, the elimination of certain forms of taxation, privatisation, liberalisation of the goods and services markets, promotion of competition, independent regulatory bodies, labour market reforms and more open economic links with abroad.

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Prensa Octavo informe FAES China

30.03.2021. La crisis del coronavirus ha intensificado el debate en la Unión Europea y en los principales Estados miembros sobre la relación con China y sus implicaciones profundas. A pesar de los distintos enfoques, existe un amplio consenso sobre la necesidad de que la UE articule una política hacia China más sólida y con un enfoque más estratégico frente a un entorno internacional en rápida transformación y caracterizado por la competición y las rivalidades sistémicas. También la OTAN presta cada vez más atención a China, incluyendo su creciente presencia en sectores estratégicos europeos. A tal efecto, la Fundación FAES ha elaborado un ambicioso proyecto, ‘España y el debate euroatlántico sobre China’, en colaboración con el 'think tank' londinense Resilient Futures.

Prensa China’s Sharp Power

01.03.2021. The coronavirus crisis has intensified the debate in the EU and key member states on the relationship with China and its profound implications. While differences in national approaches persist, there is a growing consensus on the need for the EU to articulate a stronger and more strategically focused China policy in the face of a rapidly changing international environment characterized by great power rivalry.

Prensa Debates on China in the United Kingdom

22.02.2021. The coronavirus crisis has intensified the debate in the EU and key member states on the relationship with China and its profound implications. While differences in national approaches persist, there is a growing consensus on the need for the EU to articulate a stronger and more strategically focused China policy in the face of a rapidly changing international environment characterized by great power rivalry.

Prensa Quinto Informe China

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Publicaciones The Spanish Economic Model 1996-2004: A Silent Revolution

01.01.2006. Between 1996 and 2004, Spain enjoyed the longest period of prosperity in its democratic history. Five million jobs, convergence of up to 98% with regard to the average EU income per capita, low inflation, a favourite destination for foreign investment, reduction of the public debt in terms of GDP, a budget surplus and creation of a Social Security Reserve Fund, are all results of a new economic model introduced by the Partido Popular. The key aspects of this model are described in this book by Lorenzo Bernaldo de Quirós and Ricardo Martínez Rico. The foundations of this new economic model consisted of the following measures: restraints on public expenditure, reorientation of expenditure based on efficiency criteria, reductions in income tax and corporate tax rates, the elimin...

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Online seminar | The US, EU and China triangle: debate in Spain

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Diálogos FAES.- The energy transition in Spain: lessons from other countries