Prensa What is the secret of German success in fight of the COVID-19?

This afternoon, the editorial board member of 'Die Zeit' and professor at Stanford University, Josef Joffe, and the member of the FAES Board of Trusteed, Mira Milosevich, will discuss about the German management of the COVID-19 crisis. Germany had around 163.000 confirmed COVID-19 cases by last week, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, making it the world’s sixth-most-affected country. But its death rate, both relative to the number of patients and to the country’s population, is remarkably low, at around 6,600. This translates to 79 deaths per million inhabitants, compared with 500 for Spain, 463 for Italy, 364 for France, and 191 for the U.S.

Prensa Mayor of San Salvador, Ernesto Muyshondt, visits FAES

The ex-president of the Government and president of FAES, José María Aznar, has received the mayor of San Salvador, Ernesto Muyshondt, who is on an official visit to Spain.

Prensa FAES publishes new issue of Cuadernos de Pensamiento Político

Issue 65 of Cuadernos FAES de Pensamiento Político comes at a time of systemic change in the institutional architecture of our country, and as such, brings the reader first-hand experience of the best formed opinions on political, international, intellectual and cultural matters.

Prensa Catalonia in the labyrinth of the Minotaur: a broken mirror in fragmented Spain Catalonia in the labyrinth of the Minotaur: a broken mirror in fragmented Spain

He goes into depth from a pessimistic position on the solution to the Catalan question in the application of Article 155 made by Mariano Rajoy's government and in the Supreme Court ruling that condemned the promoters of the political declaration of independence. He concludes by pointing out the obvious crisis of authority and the certain threat to the constitutional regime.

Prensa “Gregorio had an idea of Spain and believed in a free Basque country, and that is still more valid than ever and must be revendicated”

The former President of the Government and President of FAES, José María Aznar, attended the opening of the exhibition ‘Gregorio Ordoñez, la vida posible’ in San Sebastián, which is being held to commemorate the Basque politician on the 25th anniversary of his assassination. “I want to take advantage of this moment to remember Gregorio Ordoñez in a very special way. As you know, just few days before his assassination I had proclaimed him candidate for mayor of San Sebastián. And the expectation is that he was going to be mayor of San Sebastián, he was going to have the majority”, he said.

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 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 Consequences of demographic decline in Spain

El déficit de nacimientos es un fallo del modelo de sociedad que no podemos ignorar ni atender con medidas insuficientes. Nuestro futuro tiene pésimas perspectivas si no se hace de la recuperación de la natalidad una prioridad. De lo contrario asistiremos al empobrecimiento económico y familiar-afectivo, la hegemonía de los votantes jubilados, y la continua pérdida de peso internacional.

Prensa The migration crisis of the EU. A triple perspective: United Kingdom, Germany and Spain

Three different perspectives for the same issue, the refugee  and IDP crisis that has marked  the UE immigration policy with social and internal policies consequences since 2005; it?s the main purpose of this Papers about migratory crisis written by three different voices and with three different approaches: British, German and Spanish.

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Prensa What is the secret of German success in fight of the COVID-19?

05.07.2020. This afternoon, the editorial board member of 'Die Zeit' and professor at Stanford University, Josef Joffe, and the member of the FAES Board of Trusteed, Mira Milosevich, will discuss about the German management of the COVID-19 crisis. Germany had around 163.000 confirmed COVID-19 cases by last week, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, making it the world’s sixth-most-affected country. But its death rate, both relative to the number of patients and to the country’s population, is remarkably low, at around 6,600. This translates to 79 deaths per million inhabitants, compared with 500 for Spain, 463 for Italy, 364 for France, and 191 for the U.S.

Prensa Mayor of San Salvador, Ernesto Muyshondt, visits FAES

01.27.2020. The ex-president of the Government and president of FAES, José María Aznar, has received the mayor of San Salvador, Ernesto Muyshondt, who is on an official visit to Spain.

Prensa FAES publishes new issue of Cuadernos de Pensamiento Político

01.24.2020. Issue 65 of Cuadernos FAES de Pensamiento Político comes at a time of systemic change in the institutional architecture of our country, and as such, brings the reader first-hand experience of the best formed opinions on political, international, intellectual and cultural matters.

Prensa Catalonia in the labyrinth of the Minotaur: a broken mirror in fragmented Spain Catalonia in the labyrinth of the Minotaur: a broken mirror in fragmented Spain

01.24.2020. He goes into depth from a pessimistic position on the solution to the Catalan question in the application of Article 155 made by Mariano Rajoy's government and in the Supreme Court ruling that condemned the promoters of the political declaration of independence. He concludes by pointing out the obvious crisis of authority and the certain threat to the constitutional regime.

Prensa “Gregorio had an idea of Spain and believed in a free Basque country, and that is still more valid than ever and must be revendicated”

01.23.2020. The former President of the Government and President of FAES, José María Aznar, attended the opening of the exhibition ‘Gregorio Ordoñez, la vida posible’ in San Sebastián, which is being held to commemorate the Basque politician on the 25th anniversary of his assassination. “I want to take advantage of this moment to remember Gregorio Ordoñez in a very special way. As you know, just few days before his assassination I had proclaimed him candidate for mayor of San Sebastián. And the expectation is that he was going to be mayor of San Sebastián, he was going to have the majority”, he said.

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 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 Consequences of demographic decline in Spain

05.07.2018. El déficit de nacimientos es un fallo del modelo de sociedad que no podemos ignorar ni atender con medidas insuficientes. Nuestro futuro tiene pésimas perspectivas si no se hace de la recuperación de la natalidad una prioridad. De lo contrario asistiremos al empobrecimiento económico y familiar-afectivo, la hegemonía de los votantes jubilados, y la continua pérdida de peso internacional.

Publicaciones The migration crisis of the EU. A triple perspective: United Kingdom, Germany and Spain

09.30.2016. Three different perspectives for the same issue, the refugee  and IDP crisis that has marked  the UE immigration policy with social and internal policies consequences since 2005; it?s the main purpose of this Papers about migratory crisis written by three different voices and with three different approaches: British, German and Spanish.

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