Jim O’Neill, Chatham House, Chair: International Cooperation does not Require the Same Form of Gover

Jim O’Neill, Chatham House, Chair: International Cooperation does not Require the Same Form of Government. Interview with Fernando Gómez Herrero (27th May 2020). Transcript of the Interview of Lord Jim O’Neill (Chair of Chatham House, The Royal Institute of International Affairs) with Dr. Fernando Gómez Herrero, fernandogherrero). Spanish version will come out in La Vanguardia, https://www.lavanguardia.com/autores/fernando-gomez.html. Photos of Jim O'Neill unless otherwise credited used with permission of Jim O'Neill and Chatham House. I interviewed Lord Terence James (“Jim”) O’Neill, Chairman of Chatham House, British think tank of commendable longevity and influence that is still strong. H

The Mayors of Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick Speak in These Brexit Times of Covid. By Fernando Góme

The Mayors of Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick Speak in These Brexit Times of Covid. By Fernando Gómez Herrero, fernandogherrero.com Spanish-language version will come out in La Vanguardia, https://www.lavanguardia.com/autores/fernando-gomez.html Photography included used with the authorisation of the Mayors. Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon are two small picturesque provincial towns not far away from each other in the middle of England. Location matters: there are one hour and a half by train from London, and half an hour from Birmingham. Coventry is very near as well. They are easy to get to and easy to commute from. They are both pleasant locations to visit for a day or so and they are both

Andy Street, Mayor of Birmingham, All Out for Frictionless Trade, Tariff-Free and Delay-Free, also w

Annie Benton, photographer. Andy Street, Mayor of Birmingham, All Out for Frictionless Trade, Tariff-Free and Delay-Free, also with the Euro Zone. Interview with Fernando Gómez Herrero (fernandogherrero.com). Spanish translation will come out in La Vanguardia, newspaper based in Barcelona, Spain (https://www.lavanguardia.com/autores/fernando-gomez.html). With one million inhabitants, Birmingham is the second city of England and the United Kingdom. Quick commute to London (1 and a half hour by train), it is also within easy reach from most other cities in England (Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol, etc.). Location matters: Birmingham enjoys the light in the so-called “West Midlands” of the count

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