En una entrevista con Política Exterior, Bruno Binetti opinó sobre la relevancia del rol de España en América Latina.
This report discusses the impact that Covid-19 has had on migrants from Latin America and the Caribbean with a focus on migrant job-loss and its effect on remittances sent to their native countries.
Over the past two weeks, Spain has become an accidental protagonist in the diplomatic efforts to end Venezuela’s crises. The good news is that Spain is well-positioned to lead the effort to restore democracy in Venezuela. The bad news is that the Spanish government is deeply conflicted about what to do. But there are five clear ways that Spain can demonstrate that the democratic cause in Venezuela is not just a guise for U.S. adventurism.
Este memo presenta los resultados del proyecto piloto sobre la inclusión financiera en Nicaragua en alianza con CAMINNA y Banpro/Grupo Promerica.
The Ibero-American Summit bore little resemblance in spirit and tenor to its launch in 1991. Where do Ibero-American relations stand?
Latin America inequality gap, economic integration, and infrastructure and education systems were among the issues spotlighted at the XVII Annual CAF Conference.
Latin America’s economic growth and Europe’s debt crisis have turned Ibero-American relations upside down.
How will Rajoy’s policies toward Latin America differ from those of his predecessor, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero?
Since the global economic recession in 2008-09, several European countries have struggled with debt crises that many analysts have likened to Latin America’s struggles in past decades. What do the two situations have in common? What differentiates them?
Good fiscal policy not only promotes macroeconomic stability and growth, it is also a powerful tool for directly reducing poverty and inequality.
Spain is no longer Latin America’s gateway to Europe. The relationship is changing due to the growing power and influence of Latin America.
If Spain fails to have the Common Position lifted or if it succeeds and Havana again turns down European economic cooperation, then Cuba wins once more.
By all accounts, Spain wants to bring change to the European Union’s Cuba policy. In so doing, it is tackling a foreign policy challenge that often sheds more heat than light.
España es uno de los pocos países que ha aplicado una reforma de descentralización educacional de largo alcance de manera sistemática y completa. El esfuerzo realizado en este ámbito por más de 20 años, no exento de dificultades, ha dejado importantes lecciones. Una de ellas es que la descentralización efectiva…