Prensa 2019 EU Elections Results: Why Populism Still Matters

Rather than celebrating populism’s containment, MEPs must instead prepare to dampen its influence by responding to the genuine concerns of their citizens, reducing elitist inclinations, and opposing radical rhetoric.

Prensa The Vox Dilemma: What Spain’s National Elections mean for the 2019 European Elections

Este no es momento para divisiones ni de 'elecciones de segundo orden'. Es la hora de aprender la lección que nos ha enseñado España: cada vez que estamos divididos, perdemos ante el populismo.

Prensa Sisyphus Right-wing

Neither options are exchangeable, nor does it make no difference to vote for one or the other, simply because fragmentation does not add up and will not add up. If we continue in this situation, let no one be deceived because the same thing will happen.

Prensa The Possible Political Sceneries after Elections in Israel

Israeli voters have balance between the ‘heavy hand’ in terms of security and a slightly intervened economy (Likud) and a stick and carrot policy in terms of security and a less liberal economic view (Kahol-Lavan).

Prensa Cuadernos de Pensamiento Político 62

The commitment of liberalism facing the nationalism in Cataluña, “the traumatic and severe tear” that threatens the Spanish right, the challenge of adjusting the labour market to the Artificial Intelligence, the different challenges that the European Union is facing in 2019, the risks of the comeback to Spain of the returned from the caliphate, and the false milestones of the Marxist historiography, among other issues of this number.

Prensa Why the Italian left is always divided?

The Italian left will assist again to the general elections with the division as a common note. Before the appointment scheduled for March 4th, and at a time where the coalition seems to be really necessary due to the new electoral law that rewards coalitions over parties, the favoritisms, the confrontations and the lack of agreement on fundamental points suggest that there will be no joint candidacy. This report goes through the history of the division and succession of defeats in which the Italian left lives since the end of the PCI.

Prensa Elections and Lessons in Quebec

“Quebec is poorer and has less power within the Canadian context. The most tangible result of Quebec?s pro-independent movement has been the weakening of Quebec” “In Canada the right to decide does not exist; neither the right to secession, and certainly not the right to a unilateral secession” “Most Quebeckers do not want independence, they feel both Quebecker and Canadian and they do not want a third referendum” “The clarity policy has been effective and a new referendum in Quebec will take decades before it becomes feasible. Therefore, it is expected that the clarity policy will also be useful to inspire people who imitate PQ?s policies in other places”

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 Impressions Following the Elections to the Basque Parliament

Cualquier interpretación de los resultados electorales en las elecciones autonómicas vascas queda irremediablemente empañada por un hecho: el mantenimiento y fortalecimiento de la representación de ETA-Batasuna en el nuevo Parlamento Vasco. Sin embargo, no es la subida en escaños de esta organización lo realmente preocupante. La preocupación radica en la aparente resignación y la imagen de impotencia del Estado de Derecho generada por el Gobierno de la Nación ante el intento fructífero de ETA-Batasuna de quebrar la respuesta de la legalidad democrática concurriendo a las elecciones con una lista camuflada.

Prensa 2019 EU Elections Results: Why Populism Still Matters

06.10.2019. Rather than celebrating populism’s containment, MEPs must instead prepare to dampen its influence by responding to the genuine concerns of their citizens, reducing elitist inclinations, and opposing radical rhetoric.

Prensa The Vox Dilemma: What Spain’s National Elections mean for the 2019 European Elections

05.13.2019. Este no es momento para divisiones ni de 'elecciones de segundo orden'. Es la hora de aprender la lección que nos ha enseñado España: cada vez que estamos divididos, perdemos ante el populismo.

Prensa Sisyphus Right-wing

04.29.2019. Neither options are exchangeable, nor does it make no difference to vote for one or the other, simply because fragmentation does not add up and will not add up. If we continue in this situation, let no one be deceived because the same thing will happen.

Prensa The Possible Political Sceneries after Elections in Israel

04.11.2019. Israeli voters have balance between the ‘heavy hand’ in terms of security and a slightly intervened economy (Likud) and a stick and carrot policy in terms of security and a less liberal economic view (Kahol-Lavan).

Prensa Cuadernos de Pensamiento Político 62

04.09.2019. The commitment of liberalism facing the nationalism in Cataluña, “the traumatic and severe tear” that threatens the Spanish right, the challenge of adjusting the labour market to the Artificial Intelligence, the different challenges that the European Union is facing in 2019, the risks of the comeback to Spain of the returned from the caliphate, and the false milestones of the Marxist historiography, among other issues of this number.

Publicaciones Why the Italian left is always divided?

01.26.2018. The Italian left will assist again to the general elections with the division as a common note. Before the appointment scheduled for March 4th, and at a time where the coalition seems to be really necessary due to the new electoral law that rewards coalitions over parties, the favoritisms, the confrontations and the lack of agreement on fundamental points suggest that there will be no joint candidacy. This report goes through the history of the division and succession of defeats in which the Italian left lives since the end of the PCI.

Publicaciones Elections and Lessons in Quebec

05.22.2014. “Quebec is poorer and has less power within the Canadian context. The most tangible result of Quebec?s pro-independent movement has been the weakening of Quebec” “In Canada the right to decide does not exist; neither the right to secession, and certainly not the right to a unilateral secession” “Most Quebeckers do not want independence, they feel both Quebecker and Canadian and they do not want a third referendum” “The clarity policy has been effective and a new referendum in Quebec will take decades before it becomes feasible. Therefore, it is expected that the clarity policy will also be useful to inspire people who imitate PQ?s policies in other places”

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.

Publicaciones Impressions Following the Elections to the Basque Parliament

05.01.2005. Cualquier interpretación de los resultados electorales en las elecciones autonómicas vascas queda irremediablemente empañada por un hecho: el mantenimiento y fortalecimiento de la representación de ETA-Batasuna en el nuevo Parlamento Vasco. Sin embargo, no es la subida en escaños de esta organización lo realmente preocupante. La preocupación radica en la aparente resignación y la imagen de impotencia del Estado de Derecho generada por el Gobierno de la Nación ante el intento fructífero de ETA-Batasuna de quebrar la respuesta de la legalidad democrática concurriendo a las elecciones con una lista camuflada.