The whistleblowing site has turned the skin of international politics inside-out so people can see its capillaries, arteries and cartilages. This bloody network - 250, 000 documents have been taken from the American state department - includes natural portrayals of many European leaders.
The president of Portugal, the conservative Aníbal Cavaco, has been re-elected in the first round with 52.9% of the votes and the lowest turnout in the history of the Portuguese democracy. A Portuguese student breaks down the general pessimism and the lack of power in his country, next candidate, according to certain media, for a financial bail-out
In the midst of the recession, the unstoppable growth rate of the world population and the increase of megacities, the Hungarian capital invents ecological buildings and cleans its water. Imagination and labour are two Hungarian clues in building a sustainable future
Under the shadow of various failures, delegates from every country in the world are meeting on the coast of Cancun (Mexico) to decide whether to replace or extend the Kyoto protocol. What are the most forgotten aspects on climate change? At what stage are the tensions between north and south?
On 23 November North Korea turned the heat up with the first attack on South Korea civilians since the end of the war in 1953. There were four casualties on Yeonpyeong Island. Spanish journalist Alberto Lebrón explains why diplomacy is working with the weapons loaded
The pre-Bolshevik biopic of the Leo Tolstoy's life stars a British cast and was shot in Germany rather than Russia. A Spaniard reviews the drama, which was released in the UK in February 2010 - the centenary of the great writer's death
The history of Anatolia is as old as the earth itself. The last ones to arrive (from Central Asia) were the Turks, who are heading slowly towards membership of the EU. However, didn’t its territory belong to the other ancient and almost forgotten European Union? We revise a strong heritage from books and the streets of Istanbul
In 2010 the Swedish academy awarded a career linked to the description of power (including a real candidacy to the presidency of Peru), and also linked to ideas and defeat. The award coincides with an exhibition in Paris about the life and work of the Peruvian writer, who has often visited the French city as well as Madrid and London
The book is both a classic condemnation of Stalinist horror and nobel literature prize winner Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s most outstanding work. But why is the book in curriculums if the Kremlin has been softening Stalin’s image in the collective memory