Carmen Colomina. Associate Researcher at CIDOB. Degree in Information Sciences from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. She has worked as a consultant in several communication projects in the European and Euro-Mediterranean sphere and was responsible for interregional cooperation in the Generalitat's Secretariat for Foreign Affairs. She is a Lecturer on institutional Dynamics and Policies of the European Union. She regularly collaborates with different media as an analyst of current European affairs. Her main areas of work are the European Union, its institutions and external relations.
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.