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Spanish Elections Heat Up While an Era Comes to an End
Editorial Director, El Huffington Post
The only certainty in regard to the elections next Sunday is that on Monday, a new political era will begin in Spain. Farewell to the absolute majorities and to the monochrome governments -- Hello to negotiation and agreement.
Spain's Current Economic Pain Nothing New
Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Arts, University of Calgary, Boa...
Financed by exuberant foreign bankers, encumbered by huge debt, and trying to dominate a dysfunctional Europe, Spain was an overextended empire that eventually squandered great wealth. There are definite echoes of the past that have come down from this time to modern-day Spain.
Police Admit Secret Agents Infiltrated Madrid Protests
Writer, journalist; Author, 'L', 'Selfishness'
What Spain needs is simple. To become Buddhist Spain. Not in terms of religion. But in terms of economic planning and education for coming generations.
Who's in Worse Shape, Spain or Italy?
Distinguished Fellow, Carnegie’s International Economics Progr...
Spain or Italy: which one is worse off? Economically, Spain; politically, Italy. But since a bad political situation tends to hurt the economy, and a sick economy always poisons politics, the answer could easily be reversed.
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