Reports by Hannah Lütkenhaus

What’s New After Spain’s General Elections 2015?

Spain, 01 Jan - 31 Jan 2016

A break with business as usual ++ Possible Party Alignment ++ The possibility of a new election? by Hannah Lütkenhaus, José M. Martin-Flores, Manuel Valenciano Marx
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Spain remembers 2013 Santiago de Compostela Train Crash

Spain, 06 Jul - 19 Jul 2014

Aftermath of one of the worst rail disasters in Spanish history ++ Mister PSOE: Pedro Sánchez ++ Everlasting dispute between Spain and United Kingdom. by Hannah Lütkenhaus, Marília Ferreira da Cunha
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Spain's early World Cup Exit: The End and Beginning of an Era

Spain, 07 Jun - 21 Jun 2014

Spain’s defeat: a new era of football? ++ The reaction in Spain ++ Spain’s New King: Felipe VI. by Hannah Lütkenhaus
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The King is NOT dead, long live the King?

Spain, 25 May - 07 Jun 2014

End of an era: King Juan Carlos’ abdication ++ Prince Felipe: the successor ++ Antimonarchist movement after the King’s abdication. by Hannah Lütkenhaus, Marco Just Quiles
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Two Teams, one City: Spain in gleeful Anticipation of Iberic Champions League Final

Spain, 13 Apr - 10 May 2014

Atlético and Real Madrid to meet in the first ever Champions League final derby ++ Conservative Politician killed in northern Spain ++ European Election trends: high-level approval for European Union ++ F.C. Barcelona in mourning for Tito Vilanova. by Hannah Lütkenhaus, Marco Just Quiles, Marília Ferreira da Cunha
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Universal Justice Reform – a Setback to the Fight against Drug Trafficking

Spain, 30 Mar - 12 Apr 2014

First interim result: Universal Justice Reform might benefit drug runners ++ Cataluña – independence or European Union? ++ A sad first place for Spain in school dropouts. by Hannah Lütkenhaus, Marília Ferreira da Cunha
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A Nation in Mourning for the Father of Spanish Democracy

Spain, 16 Mar - 29 Mar 2014

Spain’s first post-Franco Prime Minister dies at 81 ++ March of Dignity ending up in violence ++ Spanish reporters released from Syria. by Hannah Lütkenhaus, Marco Just Quiles, Marília Ferreira da Cunha
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Spain remembers 2004 Madrid Train Bombings

Spain, 02 Mar - 15 Mar 2014

Madrid train bombings – 10 years after ++ Spanish wealth gap biggest in Europe ++ International Women’s Day: Protest against abortion act. by Hannah Lütkenhaus, Marco Just Quiles, Marília Ferreira da Cunha
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Oil Exploration Project arouses strong Protests in the Balearic Islands and Eastern Spain

Spain, 16 Feb - 01 Mar 2014

National Government plans oil exploration in the Mediterranean Sea ++ Hearing of Spanish Princess Cristina ++ ETA disarmament – the end of the armed fight? by Hannah Lütkenhaus, Marília Ferreira da Cunha
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A Numbers Game: Unemployment Rate, EU Disinterest and Catalonian Independence

Spain, 19 Jan - 01 Feb 2014

A matter of reading statistics: Spain’s confusing job market indicators ++ European Election trends: strong opposition, lack of interest ++ Prime Minister Rajoy rejects Catalonian independence referendum. by Hannah Lütkenhaus, Marco Just Quiles
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Controversy about Abortion Law, Basque Separatists & a Princess in Trouble

Spain, 06 Jan - 19 Jan 2014

The Government’s dealing with imprisoned ETA members: Falling into the trap of separatism? ++ Spain’s Abortion Act: Protection of unborn life or a throwback for civil rights? ++ New fraud accusations against Princess Cristina. by Hannah Lütkenhaus, Marco Just Quiles
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Hannah Lütkenhaus



Hannah Lütkenhaus studied English and Spanish Philology at the Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf. After working for some months as a teacher in a British-Spanish private school in Zaragoza, Spain, she is currently studying her Master in English and American Comparative Studies with focus on Anglophone Literature and Postcolonial Studies at Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf. As a scholar of foreign languages and literature Hannah's ambition for Cosmopublic.eu is based on her interest in promoting the comprehension and mediation of European cultural values.


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