Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega All wars are hybrid, but war and the notion of hybrid have changed

It is neither war nor hybrid, but in all cases there is a certain mix of political, economic, social and, in some cases, military methods.

The potential new German coalition: power and technology

The German coalition proposal has put forward an ambitious technological foreign policy. Spain should pay attention.

Why do Spaniards have a lower opinion of their country than foreigners?

Spaniards once again have a lower opinion of their country than by citizens abroad, according to the Country RepTrak®2021.

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega More to lose than others: Europe amid the shortages

The EU is exposed to shortages in supply chains and the dependency on other markets

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega The fight against inequality that unites and separates Biden and Xi Jinping

The US and China have a shared problem: the burgeoning inequality despite the growth over the past 20 years

Technological power at stake

The UN telecommunications agency may change the course of technological governance, and thus of power, in 2022.

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega The costs of non-multilateralism

Multilateralism is an alliance of powers and other actors in pursuit of shared goals that we will see come together at COP26 in Glasgow.

Are we ready for another “China shock”?

The next China trade shock will not occur on a global scale like in 2001, instead it is likely to manifest as niche trade shock.

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