What role did external actors play in Spain’s transition to democracy?
Article in Antonis Klapsis, Constantine Arvanitopoulos, Evanthis Hatzivassiliou and Effie G. H. Pedaliu (eds.), The Greek Junta and the international system. A case study of South European dictatorships, 1967-74 (Routledge, London, 2020)
Yesterday’s election in Catalonia has produced some striking results, but ultimately it has solved little, leaving the most pressing questions currently facing this highly polarised region largely unanswered. The anti-secessionist Ciudadanos (Citizens), a party which only obtained 3 seats in the 2006 elections, scored a remarkable victory, winning 25% of the vote and 36 seats, […]
La Revista, The British Spanish Magazine, December 2017, nº 245
Hoy nos enfrentamos al reto de construir un nuevo orden internacional sin que exista un claro consenso previo sobre los principios en los que pudiera asentarse.
Documento de Trabajo 1/2017, REMCO
Contribution to Senén Florensa (ed.), ‘The Arab transitions in a changing world. Building democracies in light of international experiences’, which collects the papers presented at a conference hosted by IEMed in Barcelona in 2014.
The involvement of kings and queens in international diplomacy is nothing new, but the monarchies of Spain and the UK have a particularly interesting shared history.
Charles Powell’s take on the forthcoming European Union Global Strategy on Foreign and Security Policy.