Professor of Political Science at the University of Barcelona. Doctor of Law and Bachelor of Contemporary History. He has published sixteen books on issues of comparative politics and political theory, as well as more than fifty articles in specialized journals and twenty chapters in collective works. He has researched at academic centers in Rome, Turin, Milan, Florence, Paris, Lyon, London, Edinburgh, Brussels, Mannheim and Montreal. Its main current lines of research focus on political parties and European integration. Latest books: Political parties and European integration, ICPS, Barcelona, 2008. Euroescepticism, Europhobia and Eurocriticism. The radical parties of the right and the left before the European Union, Huygens, Barcelona, 2012. The European democratic deficit. The response of the parties in the 2014 elections, La Catarata, Madrid, 2015. Manual of political parties, Huygens, Barcelona, 2017.
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.