Creede Newton

Creede Newton is a research assistant at the Applied Research Institute-Jerusalem. He holds two Bachelor’s degrees in International Studies and Spanish from the University of North Texas. His work includes research into university reform with the Center for the Study of Interdisciplinarity, the subject of Hispanic identity in the United States with Dr. Sanchez-Conejero and her documentary Hispanosophy, along with freelance writing and reporting.

Visca Catalunya?

As economic grievances towards the central government grow among Catalans, what would the secession of this wealthy region mean for Spain and the EU? On 11 September, 2012 the world’s attention, rightly so, was fixated on the assault and subsequent death of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and 3 other personnel at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi. On that same day in Spain, an event took... Continue Reading

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