Spain is facing a European crisis and several national crises, both economic and territorial and political. In this book, José María Aznar analyses the corresponding gaps that have worsened in Spain: the generational, the social and the territorial.
The author also discusses the loss of Europe’s importance as an international player: the fact that the EU will end up displaced as a Western outpost is a possible scenario. For this reason, the author invites reflection on the Atlantic as the new Mediterranean, that is, an area of civic values, democratic institutions, cultural exchange and dynamic growth.
A reflection on what has happened in recent years based on the political experience of the former president of Spain.
An analysis centered on the breakdown of economic, political and security paradigms that reveals a crisis in the structures of stability and progress in the Western world.