She was born in Cuba in 1948, 25 days after her parents managed to land on the island after fleeing the crimes of Nazism, a regime that destroyed her family and stripped away her past. Glenda Arcia with the collaboration of Harald Neuber More than seven decades later, […]
Little is known about the identities of the 30,510 deceased migrants recorded by the Missing Migrants Project in the last five years. It is only known that almost 1,600 were children, 1,700 women and about 5,000 men. The country of origin of hardly less than half of those killed between […]
Little by little, women are coming to power in a European Union that takes pride in its plans for gender equality, despite the fact that many people do not consider such equality a done deal. Mario Muñoz Lozano Two weeks ago, 63-year-old judge, Ekaterini Sakellaropoulou, became president of […]
The obstacles facing Pedro Sanchez in the new Spanish government are not easy to resolve. It is a mystery how the first coalition government in the Post-Franco period is going to play out, with an unclear national outlook and an exterior outlook plagued by uncertainties.
The international ‘wealth protection industry’ has outgrown the ability of legislation to control it. Assisted by the digital world, money can now be rapidly moved around the world to the most favourable jurisdiction. This tax competition undermines the economies of many countries to the detriment of social services. Graham […]