Spaniards and British are equally fed up with their politicians. In both cases, part of the discontent lies with the electoral systems in each count.
The fact that Donald Trump finds himself in dire straits and facing possible impeachment proceedings is due to a whistleblower.
The fourth general election in Spain failed to unblock the political impasse and produced a surge in support for the far-right nationalist VOX.
The Berlin wall and the Iron curtain fell thirty years ago. Despite the expansion of freedoms, new walls have been built, but this time they are digital.
The Asia-Pacific region ranks now third in the global presence ranking, after recording an impressive growth since 1990.
It may be that the policies of Trump lead to a less influential US which is less capable of maintaining a degree of regional and global stability.
Spanish citizens has a strong support for a Climate Change and Energy Transition Law and for the key elements of other countries’ robust climate laws.
Digitalisation matters but investing in digital infrastructure is not enough. The EU single market is fundamental if Spain 2.0 is to succeed.