Tatyana Koval

Russian Federation

Deputy Head of Ibero-American Department, Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, Centre for Comprehensive European and International Studies of at the National Research University – Higher School of Economics


New Waves in Spain
Before the decline of passions around the Catalan crisis, Spain was covered by a new, even more powerful wave, which washed away the government of the center-right People's Party (PP), led

Tatyana Koval
Catalonia Unilaterally Declares Independence Amid Deep Divisions
On Friday, October 27, the Parliament of Catalonia declared independence from Spain by a 70-10 majority with 55 deputies declining to vote and 2 abstaining. Minutes later, the Spanish Senate approved
No Way Back: Catalonia Referendum Opens Pandora’s Box
It is not entirely clear how one can find a way out of this more complicated situation. However, the Catalan political elite does everything to increase its potential for influence. For the central

Tatyana Koval