Monthly Archive: March 2014

Gas and oil discoveries in the Eastern Mediterranean: the key to Europe’s post-Crimea energy conundrum

The annexation of the Crimea has led the European Union to begin to consider weaning itself off its heavy dependence on Russia for energy supplies, particularly gas.  There is an alternative in the Eastern Mediterranean, which might also help resolve another thorny issue – the reunification of Cyprus, divided [...]

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega Let’s ask…‘What can be done from abroad to deactivate the social confrontation in Venezuela?’

Andrés Ortega asks Simón Pachano ( Political scientist, lecturer and researcher of FLACSO Ecuador), Carlos A. Romero (Institute of Political Studies, Central University of Venezuela) and Juan Carlos Monedero (Professor of Political Science and Administration, Complutense University of Madrid and researcher at the Miranda International Center). [...]

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega Elections, finally European?

The first direct elections to the European Parliament were held in 1979, when it had very few powers. The forthcoming elections to be held in May of 2014 will be the first to have a truly European-rich content, with a Chamber with a high degree of competencies and in [...]

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega Let’s ask… ‘The West and Russia: which way out of the Ukraine crisis?’

Global Spectator: Let’s ask…"The West and Russia: which way out of the Ukraine crisis?" Andrés Ortega asks Andrew Wilson (Senior Policy Fellow, ECFR) and Carmen Claudín (Senior Researcher, CIDOB). [...]
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