Prensa ANALYSISWhat will happen if UK voters decide to leave the EU?, by John Bruton

/14.10.15/.- The former prime minister of Ireland, John Bruton, reviews on this FAES Analysis the main consecuences a decision by the electors of the UK to withdraw from the European Union would have. This would mean "a huge blow to the EU" and for the country itself, due to that would weaken its economy, make more complicated its access to markets and, collaterally, would damage Ireland. 

Prensa What will happen if UK voters decide to leave the EU?

Residents of Northern Ireland will have a vote sometime next year on one of the most important issues to affect these islands, and indeed all the nations of  Europe, namely whether the United Kingdom is to remain a member of the European Union, or leave.

Prensa The Parody of Democratic Powers: Now the Judiciary, in December the Elective

Even though democratic practices have shaped the mentality of our civilized societies, it is not difficult to assume that, by now, anyone is capable of understanding without awe how "revolutionary justice" works in any system proclaiming it. We have seen the same thing in Bolshevik and fascist systems; in those regimes which have raised the banner of anti-colonialism or Islamic orthodoxy; in the France of Fouquier-Tinville, in the Germany of the Nuremberg Laws; and in the seventy executions of senior officials that have taken place in the last three years in the Korea of Kim Jong-un. Behind it all, you can always find the mystifying verbiage on the new order that must be illuminated; on past injustices; on the revitalization of the soul of the people that only the great leader is able...

Prensa Saving Freedom of Expression in a Diverse, Digital and Complex World Requires a Global Conversation

/03.07.15/.- Flemming Rose, has said today that saving freedom of expression ‘in this diverse, digital and complex world’ requires ‘a global conversation’, as ‘freedom of expression is a common issue’. However, he regretted that ‘we are going in the opposite direction and we are having less and less debate and more fragmentation’.

Prensa ANALYSISWhat will happen if UK voters decide to leave the EU?, by John Bruton

10.14.2015.  The former prime minister of Ireland, John Bruton, reviews on this FAES Analysis the main consecuences a decision by the electors of the UK to withdraw from the European Union would have. This would mean "a huge blow to the EU" and for the country itself, due to that would weaken its economy, make more complicated its access to markets and, collaterally, would damage Ireland. 

Prensa What will happen if UK voters decide to leave the EU?

10.14.2015. Residents of Northern Ireland will have a vote sometime next year on one of the most important issues to affect these islands, and indeed all the nations of  Europe, namely whether the United Kingdom is to remain a member of the European Union, or leave.

Prensa The Parody of Democratic Powers: Now the Judiciary, in December the Elective

09.11.2015. Even though democratic practices have shaped the mentality of our civilized societies, it is not difficult to assume that, by now, anyone is capable of understanding without awe how "revolutionary justice" works in any system proclaiming it. We have seen the same thing in Bolshevik and fascist systems; in those regimes which have raised the banner of anti-colonialism or Islamic orthodoxy; in the France of Fouquier-Tinville, in the Germany of the Nuremberg Laws; and in the seventy executions of senior officials that have taken place in the last three years in the Korea of Kim Jong-un. Behind it all, you can always find the mystifying verbiage on the new order that must be illuminated; on past injustices; on the revitalization of the soul of the people that only the great leader is able...

Prensa Saving Freedom of Expression in a Diverse, Digital and Complex World Requires a Global Conversation

07.03.2015.  Flemming Rose, has said today that saving freedom of expression ‘in this diverse, digital and complex world’ requires ‘a global conversation’, as ‘freedom of expression is a common issue’. However, he regretted that ‘we are going in the opposite direction and we are having less and less debate and more fragmentation’.