De izda. a drcha.: Íñigo Alfonso, Martín Ortega Carcelén, Enric Juliana y Antonio San José
De izda. a drcha.: Enric Juliana y Antonio San José
De izda. a drcha.: Íñigo Alfonso, Martín Ortega Carcelén y Enric Juliana
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In a globalised world, a country’s identity is defined, to a greater degree than before, by its relationship to other countries. In the case of Spain, its relationship to Europe and Iberian-America is decisive. But on an internal level, so is the cultural diversity of the autonomous model. This session aims to answer questions such as: What is Spain’s projection abroad? Which elements find a greater consensus? How do the Spanish people value themselves? What concept of Spain do they have in nearby countries?

In addressing the discussion about the meaning of being Spanish, our guests will be the journalist Enric Juliana, deputy chief editor of La Vanguardia, and Martín Ortega Carcelén, a Lecturer in Public International Law and International Relations at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and author of the book Ser español en el siglo XXI (2016).

A debate format in which, once a month, on a Monday at 7:30 pm, leading experts analyse important issues that make up today’s social reality with the journalists Antonio San José and Íñigo Alfonso.

Where is going Russia?, coalition governments, new approaches to university education, the future of the press in Spain, the future of the Autonomous Regions in Spain, electoral reform, robots and industry, climate change, political leadership during the Spanish democracy, pharmaceutical industry and health, the Arab world, the solutions to the crisis, independence movements, globalisation, the future of Europe, anti-system movements, aging, virus of the new Millennium and the future of the monarchies in the world have been several of the issues involved.

The presenters put some of the audience’s questions to the guests. Please send your suggestions to: lacuestionpalpitante@march.es


Two specialists analyse important issues from the current social and cultural context, in conversation with the journalists Antonio San José and Íñigo Alfonso
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