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    CAPESIC STATEMENT

    CAPESIC STATEMENT After nearly three years working, we announce that CAPESIC has been dissolved as a think tank and as a project as of May, 16. We would like to thank our team of analysts and researchers, contributors and those people who have followed and supported us during that time. All the best. CAPESIC Team […]

  • Africa

    A second term for Muhammadu Buhari in Nigeria – a step forward?

    Ever since it gained independence, Nigeria has struggled to develop its own culture of democratic governance. The country’s First Republic terminated in January 15, 1966, when a group of soldiers led the first coup d’état of many that would follow. Since that moment, elections were ruled by irregularities, fraud and violence, leading to 50 years […]

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    The European Union as an International Organization

    In a recent talk in Zurich, Karen Donfried suggested that the predicaments of the European Union are only a concrete case of a more general phenomenon: the contestation of the international order that has dominated global affairs since the beginning of the decade. This order has been characterized by the attraction power of liberal values […]

  • Latin America and the Caribbean

    A new government in Mexico. A new foreign policy?

    On July 1st 2018 Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), the leftist candidate in the ballot, won Mexico’s presidential election with nearly 53% of the votes. His slogan “together we will make history” held a strong bond with the candidate’s taste for country’s history. His government promises to implement the fourth transformation in the long-run evolution […]

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    Cristina Castellana Tenedor, Gabriel Garroum and Jofre Rocabert join CAPESIC

    We are delighted to announce that Cristina Castellana Tenedor, Gabriel Garroum and Dr. Jofre Rocabert join the CAPESIC Team as an associate analysts: Cristina Castellana Tenedor joins CAPESIC as an Associate Analyst for Sub-Saharan Africa. Cristina Castellana Tenedor is a BA graduate in Economics and International Relations (2017), with a Master’s degree in Conflict, Security […]

CAPESIC STATEMENT After nearly three years working, we announce that CAPESIC has been dissolved as a think tank and as a project as of May, 16. We would like to thank our team of analysts and researchers, contributors and those people who have followed and supported us during that time. All the best. CAPESIC Team […]

In a recent talk in Zurich, Karen Donfried suggested that the predicaments of the European Union are only a concrete case of a more general phenomenon: the contestation of the international order that has dominated global affairs since the beginning of the decade. This order has been characterized by the attraction power of liberal values […]

On July 1st 2018 Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), the leftist candidate in the ballot, won Mexico’s presidential election with nearly 53% of the votes. His slogan “together we will make history” held a strong bond with the candidate’s taste for country’s history. His government promises to implement the fourth transformation in the long-run evolution […]

Readers of international relations know that governments are only one kind of player in the international stage. Private organizations are also important actors, in many cases more than sovereign nations. Alongside, there are another kind of institutions connected to states, but not to diplomatic corps or foreign departments: international parliaments. The existence of international parliamentary […]

Access and control over natural resources have been a central element of international conflicts. In the Asian context, freshwater is increasingly gaining strategic importance. China faces serious problems of freshwater supply due to its large population and its costly process of industrialization and modernisation in terms of environment. Nevertheless, in this regard, China has an […]

Last October saw the territorial integrity of Spain questioned more than it has been since the end of the Spanish empire. The economic and political threat dwarfed the costs of any crisis prior, including the late African decolonization. Yet one year after the Catalan government organized a self-determination referendum, the international standing of Spain seems […]