Comments Policy

Comments policy

The blog welcomes comments from all readers and accepts all reasonable criticism. We operate a propriety filter, so comments are routed to the Editorial Team before being posted for public view. Comments that do not adhere to the following guidelines will not be made public:

Use of language: Comments which include offensive or inappropriate language, or considered by the Editorial Team to be rude and offensive, will be edited or deleted.

No personal attack comments permitted: We are happy to host any comment on the content of our blog posts, even harsh criticisms, but, please, refrain from personal attacks to the bloggers or to other commenters. We aim at inspiring debates over ideas, not host personal arguments.

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2 Responses to Comments Policy

  1. Zena Woodley says:

    Catalan Separatism, a European Problem – all links to this bring up ‘Not Found’ – & I so wanted to tweet it!

    • Jose Javier Olivas says:

      Dear Zena,
      We had a problem and posted it before it was completely ready. We are posting it (final version) on Monday.
      Sorry for this.
      Jose

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