The European Union may today be the most hated political onject by the nationalists and the most furious supporters and radical opponents of real globalisation.
In the mid-nineteen thirties, there were more dictatorships in Europe than democracies.
How do we explain the resurgence of populism in one country after another? Maybe in terms of common structural conditions or passive diffusion of ideas across contexts?
In the quite unlikely case of a total rupture between Catalonia and the rest of Spain, the consequences for the economy would undoubtedly be catastrophic throughout the country.
Whether originating from state or non-state groups, cyberattacks take place at borders and at a distance, making it difficult to attribute them.
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