Category: Spain

Bécquer Seguín: Podemos’s Latin American Roots

Podemos has gained traction by drawing on lessons from the Latin American left

Boaventura de Sousa Santos: The Podemos wave

Podemos is the end result of a learning process originated in the Global South which eventually made it possible to creatively channel the outrage that ran through the streets of Spain

Dan Cantor: 8 Lessons American Progressives Can Take From Greece’s Syriza and Spain’s Podemos

We could learn a few things from the way Syriza is standing up to the powers-that-be in European capitalism

Eric Toussaint: Syriza and Podemos: the way towards power for the People?

In order to carry out real structural changes, it is of fundamental importance to set up an interactive relationship between the left-wing government and the people

Luke Stobert: New Hope for Spain

Interview on the origins and rise of the new left­wing Spanish party Podemos

Manuela Zechner: Barcelona en Comú: the city as horizon for radical democracy

Barcelona en Comú, the municipal movement formerly known as Guanyem, has opened up a new set of intertwining horizons for radical democracy in the city

Eduardo Maura: Podemos: Politics by the people

Less than a year after its formation, a populist left-wing party is claiming more than 200,000 members and topping the opinion polls in Spain

Pablo Iglesias: The Next Syriza?

As Greece Rejects Austerity, Meet the Activist Who Could Become Spain’s New PM

Yesenia Barragan: Repression and Demobilization in Spain

Spain’s Gag Law aims to criminalize and shut down Spain’s social movements by bankrupting them

Vicente Navarro: Why Podemos Poses A Major Threat To The Spanish Political Establishment

The Spanish financial, economic, political, and media establishments are on the defensive and in panic

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