You might love his middle finger to the media. But even the strongest of Trump backers should think long and hard about a world without facts and common truths.
Brussels must adhere to its rulebook. It has no mechanism for secession disputes, such as that in Spain, writes Guardian columnist Natalie Nougayrède
Spain faces its worst constitutional crisis since the failed 1981 coup d'état, driven by Brexit-style populism
Learn about the 10 best and worst things about El Camino de Santiago. It is the world's most popular long distance trail. It's also the most overrated. One can even argue that it sucks.
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As urban environments are becoming more densely populated and more complex, cities face challenges in a number of different areas: congested transport infrastructure, air quality and pollution, energy efficiency and climate change.
Holidaying in Europe has never been more popular, with the increase in tourism driven by budget airline competition, rising incomes and relaxed visa requirements over the past 50 years. Last year Europe
Adjustment in a low-inflation eurozone: mission impossible?
The administration of the Spanish autonomous region of Valencia has completed its switch to LibreOffice, a free and open source suite of office productivity applications. Last week Friday the region's ICT department announced that the office suite is installed on all of the 120,000 desktop PCs of the administration, including schools and courts. The migration will save the government some 1.5 million euro per year on proprietary software licences.
One of the main producers of renewable energy in Europe, Spain's solar industry, is edging toward bankruptcy. Producers say they'll be unable to repay credits after the government's decision to cut subsidies. Banks will suffer and jobs will be lost.
195129NGEL MIRALDA was proud of his 320 solar panels in a field near Benabarre, in northern Spain. They added 56 kilowatts of clean-energy capacity to a country that depended on oil imports. The panels cost 226130172500,000 ($735,000): 226130172150,000 from an early-retirement pay-off from IBM's Barcelona office, the rest from a bank loan.
As in the movie that led Pedro Almod195179var to become an internationally famous film director in the late 1980s, Spanish banks have been "on the verge of a nervous breakdown" during the 4 last years, facing
The government of Spain's autonomous region of Extremadura has begun the switch to open source of it desktop PCs. The government expects the majority of its 40,000 PCs to be migrated this year, the region's CIO Theodomir Cayetano announced on 18 April. Extremadura estimates that the move to open source will help save 30 million euro per year.
2013/04/09: The collapse of Spain's property-led economy stands to highlight the intense yet fraught relationship between capital and the built environment in times of economic crisis.
As seen at developments such as Valdeluz, capitalism’s destructive creativity is particularly visible at moments of economic crisis. Envisioned as a new town with 9,500 houses for nearly 30,000 residents, it lies approximately fifteen minutes south by car from the neighbouring town of Guadalajara. As a dormitory town for Guadalajara and Madrid (which lies 60 kilometres away), Valdeluz’s isolated location is ameliorated by the presence of a new, high-speed train station and miles of new roads. In reality, however, neither the trains nor the roads are frequented as often as the developers imagined.
E-voting is on the decline in the US, but it's going strong in other countries.
Within the framework of the Aporta project, a pioneering "Characterization Study of the Infomediary Sector" has been carried out in order to identify and characterise the infomediary business sector as the set of companies that create applications, products and/or added-value services for third parties, using public sector information.
Like its troubled savings banks, Spain's struggling regional governments are victims of the country's property bust. How did they get into trouble
Half of Spain's youth (that is, those under the age of 25) are now officially unemployed, while overall unemployment in Spain stands at 24.4%, according to the latest figures released by the Spanish Institute
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Mileuristas are 20-something Spaniards who, beyond the current economic crisis, also face a labor market oversaturated with qualified candidates. Despite