Spain

Is the Second Wave Here?

For all intents and purposes, Europe has succeeded in beating back the coronavirus. But as countries begin to open businesses…

Spain’s Coronavirus Cases Drop, But All Is Not Yet Back to Normal

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Spain keeps dropping, recently recording no new cases within a 24-hour period in…

Spain’s Complicated Exit Plan

After months of lockdown, first initiated on March 14, Spain is now easing forward as half the country entered Phase…

University Students Face Uncertainties

Graduation for final year university students have, in many cases, either been fast-tracked or postponed – leading to considerable periods…

Spain Reveals Four-Part Exit Strategy

Spain is the eurozone’s second hardest-hit country from the coronavirus pandemic with over 24,000 deaths, just behind Italy’s toll of…

European Wine Producers Face Crisis

When the coronavirus pandemic hit European shores and governments instituted lockdowns, nearly all on-trade routes for wineries shut down in…

Crisis Causes Pollution Levels to Plummet

Before the coronavirus outbreak, emissions targets and climate change ambitions were two of the top watchwords across European – and…

Amidst Harsh Criticism, EU Begins to Formulate Economic Plan

The spread of Covid-19 has created an unprecedented global situation, with more than 1.9 million confirmed cases and a death…

Spain’s Rhodes Law Seeks to Prevent Child Abuse

On February 10th, Spain’s Unidas Podemos leader and Deputy Prime Minister Pablo Iglesias of the new coalition government announced that…

Spain’s Farmers are Desperate for Action

Earlier this month, Spanish farmers gathered across the countryside to protest a number of issues affecting their crops and livelihood.…
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