En estos tiempos de salida de una larga crisis y de cambio de orden mundial, los tres vértices –y por consiguiente, los lados– están saltando a la vez.
The EU and Latin American nations have the opportunity to ramp up their collective ambition and actions on climate change and the Paris Agreement.
Catalonia and Scotland share grievances that led them to hold referendums on independence, but this does not mean they can be bracketed together.
Despite the fact that it is changing profoundly and has lost cohesion and centrality, the news about NATO's death has been greatly exaggerated.
The Portuguese António Vitorino will head the International Organization for Migration (IOM) for the next five years from 1 October.
The FIFA World Cup in Russia is helping to overcome the Vladimir Putin regime’s international isolation, at least in the West.
The EU's problems stem not only from within but also from without. What the governments of non-member countries do has an impact on the range of ‘clusters’ into which the Union is fracturing, divisions that are already more complex than North-South, East-West or lenders-borrowers.
Underlying the trade war –because what was a minor spat has become just that– unleashed by the current US President there is a conflict of perceptions.