Belén Fernández García is a researcher and professor (FPU) in the Political Science Department of the University of Granada. She has completed two research stints at the 'Düsseldorf Party Research Institute' (Germany) and the 'Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research' (The Netherlands). She has two recent publications in academic journals on political communication ("Political Participation and New Technologies of Communication in Spain") and populism ("Emergent anti-establishment political parties in Europe: exploring lessons from Southern Europe"), and has participated in several national and international political science congresses.
Public media are absolutely necessary.
Catalonia, as has been usual in recent years, has starred in these three hundred and sixty-five days.
The CCMA, a corporation that brings together TV3, Catalonia Radio and the respective Digital Media, during the tripartite governments endured an attempt to rationalize its structure.
Could we say that the regime constructed by Jordi Pujol in Catalonia, and still untouched, is a neo-fascist, totalitarian, authoritarian or xenophobic regime?
Throughout history, protectionism has often gone hand-in-hand with nationalism.