The European Green Deal can actually act as a driver for the economic recovery after the COVID-19 crisis not only for Europe.
What will the ‘new normality’ look like in Spain, a country facing what Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez terms an ‘extraordinary’ recession?
Ultimately, Russian, Chinese and other bots may lead to a good deal of meddling and interference, but little in the way of real political influence.
In the case of the current coronavirus crisis, cyberspace and complex digital-based world are testing terrains, playgrounds, and trial and error processes.
Although it is also a relative phenomenon, in absolute terms there is less power –and more poverty– in the world today; general weakness is assured.
The Moncloa Pacts proved to be the right approach. More than 90% of Spaniards are in favour of a new national accord, according to polling firm Metroscopia.
Amid the coronavirus crisis there is also an overload of information, something that the Director General of the WHOdescribed as an 'infodemic'.
Every evening on the dot of 8pm my neighbours in Madrid applaud those in the healthcare system working to combat Spain’s spiralling coronavirus.