Prensa 2019 Economic Perspectives for Spain and the World

2019 will be a year marked by the slowdown of the world economy. The first signs of weakness are also beginning to be felt in Spain - a fall in private consumption, investment and industrial production - although we are far from a recession like that of 2008.

Prensa Shifting sands: Trump in Syria

What lies behind Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the war against the Islamic state in Syria? The pressure for a regime change in Iran and support for Washington's allies in the Middle East - who can continue to count on diplomatic, economic and arms assistance - are powerful reasons.

Prensa The man of the transition to the new world order

George H.W. Bush should be recognized as one of the world leaders who championed the peaceful transition from the end of the Cold War to a new world order in which the United States could exercise its world hegemony.

Prensa Europe as seen from Russia: a historical perspective

Russia admires, envies, imitates and hates Europe in equal proportion. It has always been its most significant 'ther,” the mirror of its own identity. Their links are undeniable, but even more so their controversies, and their current relations are at once one of conflict and interdependence.

Prensa Cuadernos de pensamiento político No. 21

ESPERANZA AGUIRREPalabras de presentación de La ciudad en la cima (MARTÍN ALONSO)MARIO RAMOS VERALa identidad en democracia (AMY GUTMANN)ANTONIO CHINCHETRUCuba: la batalla de las ideas (CARLOS ALBERTO MONTANER)JAVIER CREMADESChina y sus libertades (ENRIQUE COLLAZO)MIGUEL GILUna tentación totalitaria, Educación para la Ciudadanía (JESÚS TRILLO-FIGUEROA)

Prensa New Approaches to Free Trade: In Favour of an Open Atlantic Prosperity Area

Experience shows that countries which open their economies to foreign trade and dismantle their protectionist structures achieve significant welfare gains. China, India, Vietnam and South Korea have all learned this lesson, and as a result have offered substantial improvements in living standards to millions of people who formerly lived in misery under regimes with self-sufficient economies.

Prensa 2019 Economic Perspectives for Spain and the World

02.12.2019. 2019 will be a year marked by the slowdown of the world economy. The first signs of weakness are also beginning to be felt in Spain - a fall in private consumption, investment and industrial production - although we are far from a recession like that of 2008.

Prensa Shifting sands: Trump in Syria

01.22.2019. What lies behind Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the war against the Islamic state in Syria? The pressure for a regime change in Iran and support for Washington's allies in the Middle East - who can continue to count on diplomatic, economic and arms assistance - are powerful reasons.

Prensa The man of the transition to the new world order

12.01.2018. George H.W. Bush should be recognized as one of the world leaders who championed the peaceful transition from the end of the Cold War to a new world order in which the United States could exercise its world hegemony.

Prensa Europe as seen from Russia: a historical perspective

11.20.2018. Russia admires, envies, imitates and hates Europe in equal proportion. It has always been its most significant 'ther,” the mirror of its own identity. Their links are undeniable, but even more so their controversies, and their current relations are at once one of conflict and interdependence.

Prensa Lenguaje en propiedad

07.30.2018.

Publicaciones Cuadernos de pensamiento político No. 21

01.01.2009. ESPERANZA AGUIRREPalabras de presentación de La ciudad en la cima (MARTÍN ALONSO)MARIO RAMOS VERALa identidad en democracia (AMY GUTMANN)ANTONIO CHINCHETRUCuba: la batalla de las ideas (CARLOS ALBERTO MONTANER)JAVIER CREMADESChina y sus libertades (ENRIQUE COLLAZO)MIGUEL GILUna tentación totalitaria, Educación para la Ciudadanía (JESÚS TRILLO-FIGUEROA)

Publicaciones New Approaches to Free Trade: In Favour of an Open Atlantic Prosperity Area

05.31.2006. Experience shows that countries which open their economies to foreign trade and dismantle their protectionist structures achieve significant welfare gains. China, India, Vietnam and South Korea have all learned this lesson, and as a result have offered substantial improvements in living standards to millions of people who formerly lived in misery under regimes with self-sufficient economies.