"De cara al mundo": international analysis on Onda Madrid

The programme tackles political violence in Europe with the attack on the Slovak Prime Minister, the war in Ukraine, the summit between Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin and the war in Gaza
De cara al mundo
De cara al mundo

"De cara al mundo", the Onda Madrid programme directed and presented by Javier Fernández Arribas, director of Atalayar, deals with international current affairs every week.

There is a lot of political violence in Europe at the moment. The attack on Slovakia's prime minister is causing great alarm in Europe and the political violence in Germany is putting the elections in the European Union on a delicate level.

On the other hand, the war in Ukraine continues and Vladimir Putin has visited China, just days after Xi Jinping's presence in several European countries and in the midst of a notable increase in bombings against Kharkov, Ukraine's second city.

The Gaza war between Israel and Hamas also continues. The Arab summit addresses the situation in Gaza while the Israeli army continues its military operations. The UN doubts the Hamas death toll and reduces the number of children killed in Gaza. Gustavo de Arístegui, diplomat and international analyst, will analyse the situation before the microphones of "De cara al mundo". 

The journalist and correspondent in Ukraine, María Senovilla, and the expert international analyst, Lucas Martín, will also provide the keys to the most important issues. 

As every day, the discussion will be led by Atalayar's regular contributors, Claudia Luna, Mexican journalist and writer, and Pedro González, journalist and founder of Euronews, coordinated by Javier Fernández Arribas. They will discuss the crisis in the Middle East with the Gaza war between Israel and Hamas and the summit of Arab countries, the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the meeting between Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping, political violence in Europe and the judicial problems of former US President Donald Trump. 

"De cara al mundo", Friday 17 May from 22:05 to 23:00.