Every evening on the dot of 8pm my neighbours in Madrid applaud those in the healthcare system working to combat Spain’s spiralling coronavirus.
The outbreak of the global coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has put the new ‘geopolitical Commission’ under another stress test.
The COVID-19 pandemic and climate change have been argued to share the problem of exponential growth, in expansion and in emissions.
It is not that COVID-19 virus has put in train a process of deglobalisation. This originated in the reactions to the 2008 crisis and what came in its wake.
Why does the adoption of digital technologies vary across countries and economic sectors? We put forward two explanations which are relevant in Spain.
‘European sovereignty’ has become the new watchword and new aspiration of certain prominent EU leaders. But it is necessary to learn to think about it.
Big Tech companies are playing an increasingly strategic, decision-level and geopolitical role. But there are still three main questions to be solved.
The MENA countries focus seems favour those threats to the model of political stability and social peace defined by the regimes.