Francisco Rodríguez, faculty member, talked about United States Politics on Radio Televisión de Canarias.
Listen to his interview HERE.
Pablo PARDO is the US Bureau Chief of El Mundo (Spain’s second largest daily newspaper) since 2014, and a columnist in the newspaper with his column Animal Spirits (Espíritus Animales) on international economics, every Monday. He is a weekly contributor to the Colombian tv station NTN24 show Club de Prensa, that it is broadcasted to Latin America, and a columnist in the Spanish monthly financial magazine Consejeros and the website The Corner (www.thecorner.eu). Since 2014 he has worked as a consultant for financial institutions on international economics. Pardo as likewise published articles in The Atlantic, National Geographic, and The Weekly Standard, among others. He is the author of the book El Monstruo. Memorias de un Interrogador (Libros del K.O., 2011), on the experiences of Iraq and Afghanistan veteran Pfc. Damien Corsetti. He has been interviewed by CNN International, BBC Americas, Fox News, and Deutsche Welle, among others. He is a member of the Advisory Council of the Hispanic Council, and from 2009 to 2013 he was a board member of the Washington European Society. He has won four awards for his work as journalist, three of them in Spain (Citi Journalism Excellence Award, Joven y Brillante de Periodismo Económico, and Centenario de la Seguridad Social), and one in the United States (Fisher Award, given by the Atlas Network). He holds a B.A. in Journalism from the Universidad de Navarra (Spain) and a Masters of Arts (MA) in International Politics and Economics from the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University. He has also studied at the School of Continuing Education at Columbia University and the London School of Economics (LSE).
The Global and International Studies Graduate School at Salamanca University and the Fundación Consejo España-Estados Unidos organized the workshop “The United States and Europe in the face of a new scenario: the decline of the liberal order in the age of Trump” last 16th and 19th March in Salamanca and Madrid with the participation of Robin L. Raphel, U.S. Ambassador and member of our Think Tank, as the main speaker.
The Fundación Consejo España-Estados Unidos and the University of Salamanca signed last 16th March a cooperation agreement with the aim of promoting academic activities and exchanges between the United States and Spain within the framework of the Global and International Studies Program.
The Global and International Studies Graduate School at Salamanca University and the Fundación Consejo España-Estados Unidos organize the workshop “The United States and Europe in the face of a new scenario: the decline of the liberal order in the age of Trump” to be held on 16 and 19 March in Salamanca and Madrid. Robin L. Raphel, U.S. Ambassador and member of our Think Tank, will be the main speaker.
Salamanca, March 16 (12-2 p.m). Venue: Salón de Actos, Facultad de Geografía e Historia.
The event will also count with the participation of Efrem Yildiz Sadaz (Vice-Chancellor of the University of Salamanca), Manuel María Lejarreta (General Secretary of the Fundación Consejo España-Estados Unidos), Fernando López-Alves (Director of the Global and International Studies Program) and Francisco Rodríguez-Jiménez (Global and International Studies Think Tank).
Madrid, March 19 (19 p.m.). Venue: Espacio Bertelsmann (Calle O’Donnell 10).
Pedro Morenés (Ambassador of Spain to the United States), Cristina Manzano (Esglobal) and Pedro Rodríguez (Comillas ICAI-ICADE) will also take part in the workshop.