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Gonzalo Collado De Giovannini

Argentinian Spanish-Italian Analyst, specialist in Geopolitics, International Security and Global Affairs. Twitter: @GonzaloCDG

 

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The Spanish elections and the alleged gains of the “extreme right”

The Spanish elections and the alleged gains of the “extreme right”

The elections in Spain have shown that the country will not follow the populist trends
Madrid rallies for Spanish Unity as Sanchez crumbles to Catalan Crisis

Madrid rallies for Spanish Unity as Sanchez crumbles to Catalan Crisis

A massive demonstration took place against Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez
Venezuela amid the struggle for control, energy and influence

Venezuela amid the struggle for control, energy and influence

Venezuela crisis: What's going on?
The case of Brazil and Mexico, the first symptoms of globalization’s weakening in Latin America?

The case of Brazil and Mexico, the first symptoms of globalization’s weakening in Latin America?

Brazil and Mexico, which, unlike the rest of Latin America, are the two countries that in turn have experienced a significant turnaround in the last elections
The migrant caravan and the crisis on the Mexican-American border

The migrant caravan and the crisis on the Mexican-American border

From the beginning of his presidential campaign in 2016, Donald Trump created an important shift in political rhetoric regarding immigration. The shift coincided with a protectionist turn on economic matters including reviewing trade agreements with China, Mexico, Canada, and Europe
Argentina and the UK: The conflict and diplomacy of the Islas Malvinas

Argentina and the UK: The conflict and diplomacy of the Islas Malvinas

The Islas Malvinas (The Falkland Islands in Spanish) were a Spanish overseas territory, disputed by the United Kingdom in the late eighteenth century during its period of imperial expansion.