Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega From Brexit to Great Singapore in Europe

In the wake of Boris Johnson’s resounding victory in the British election, Brexit looks set to happen on the date envisaged and on the terms agreed.

Aerial international military cooperation: trust and transparency?

Which is the future of the aerial international military cooperation regime whose cornerstone was the enhancement of transparency and mutual trust?

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega Hamilton: from impeachment to Broadway and back

The US had some wise founding fathers. Prominent among them was Alexander Hamilton who did become the first Secretary of the Treasury.

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega NATO, lacking political guidance and with no arbitrary 2%

When Emmanuel Macron claimed that NATO was ‘brain dead’, he was making the same observation as the child in the story: the Emperor has no clothes.

Future risks: towards a common governance in light of uncertainty

It is vital to promote a proactive policy, which bridges the gap between risk perception and reality. A common governance in light of uncertainty.

No electoral system is perfect, but some seem fairer

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.

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega Praise for the whistleblower

The fact that Donald Trump finds himself in dire straits and facing possible impeachment proceedings is due to a whistleblower.

Spain: another democratic deadlock or a coalition government?

The fourth general election in Spain failed to unblock the political impasse and produced a surge in support for the far-right nationalist VOX.

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