MADRID: Losing Patience in Spain

Culture By 8 septiembre, 2017 No Comments

By James G. Skinner

Spaniards are fed up! They are fed up of political bickering, government statements of ‘the end of recession’, independence pleas by regional nationalists, banking disorders, corruption in practically every sector of the community, be it political parties, town councils, trade unions – who have been very quiet by the way – individual tax evaders and above all, members of the royal family.

LONDON: London School of Economics

Study By 1 septiembre, 2017 No Comments

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the leading social science universities not only in UK but also in the whole world. LSE is a specialist university with a global reach. Its research and teaching cover different areas from economics, politics and law to sociology, anthropology, accounting and finance. LSE has 15 Nobel prize winners. LSE has students from around 140 countries worldwide, and a network of over 92,000 alumni in 196 countries.In 2008/09 the School had 8,700 full-time students and over 800 part-time students.

Music: Déjà-vu…in Germany

Culture By 22 agosto, 2017 1 Comment

Déjà-vu…

…or why is it, that events that have passed decades ago still hold us under their spell? Are they dreams and occurences to which we only find answers in time? I have spent most of my life trying to work up these thoughts, both as a musician, as well as a painter, to implement them in the context of what has happened and reality.