Martí Anglada Birulés
Martí Anglada gradutated from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) obtaining a degree in Journalism and Law. In 1977, he began working as Middle East correspondent for the Barcelona-based newspaper La Vanguardia. He covered the Lebanon civil war from Beirut, and was stationed in both Cairo and Baghdad.
Mr. Anglada later became La Vanguardia‘s correspondent in Italy and the Vatican City and eventually left the newspaper in 1983 after several years as correspondent in the United Kingdom.
In 1984, Anglada started working for the Catalan Radio and Television Corporation (Televisió de Catalunya or TVC) as correspondent in Madrid. He was also its correspondent in Washington, D.C. during the final years of the Reagan Administration and the beginning of George H.W. Bush’s presidency (1987-1990). Finally, Mr. Anglada concluded his work with TVC as European correspondent based in Brussels and Berlin (2009-2011). In 2011, he received the Ernest Udina Award (Premi Ernest Udina) in recognition of his work.
Martí Anglada has written extensively on foreign affairs and has published three books: (Not So) Foreign Affairs, 2008 (Afers (no tan) estrangers, Ed. Mina, Grup 62, 2008), Four Roads to Indpendence: Estonia, Latvia, Slovakia & Slovenia, 2013 (Quatre vies per a la Independència: Estònia, Letònia, Eslovàquia i Eslovènia, Ed. Pòrtic, Grup 62, 2013) and The German Way, 2014 (La via alemanya, Brau, 2014).