Category: Spain

Daniel Marty: Is the New Leader of Spain’s PSOE the Change Spain Needs?

Virtually unknown to the general public prior to July 26th, Pedro Sánchez was far from being a leader within the PSOE itself

Peter de Jong: Sowing the Seeds of a New Economy

Practical alternative economic models are rapidly taking shape in practice in Catalonia. Are the indignados finally harvesting?

David Alexandre: Is Podemos in Favour Of An “Army Of The European Union” Or Is It Just One Of Its Leaders?

It is important that we remain critical of Podemos and always remember to put their political standpoints in a larger context

Bécquer Seguín: The Syriza of Spain

Podemos, Spain’s newest political party, has put forth a radical program based on class politics

Iñigo Errejón: Spain’s Podemos

An inside view of a radical left sensation

Jen Wilton: Marinaleda: The Village Where People Come Before Profit

In the south of Spain, the street is the collective living room

David Marty: What Catalonia Independence Means And What We Should Learn From It

Far from being supported by an overwhelming majority of Catalonians (at the same time rejected by the Spanish population), this referendum is dividing Spain in two positions: those who want independence and those who prefer to keep things as they are

David Marty: Can We Really Podemos?

In the recent European Parliamentary Elections, a new political party in Spain called Podemos caused a sensation by gaining nearly 8% of the votes after only 4 months of existence

Dick Nichols: Spanish State: Eruption of Podemos

The five seats (7.9%) won by the platform Podemos (“We Can”) in the May 25 European election was an earthquake in Spanish politics

Josep Maria Antentas: Spanish State: ‘We Must Continue To Widen The Cracks That Have Begun To Open Up’

Which of the two alternative futures will win out? Without doubt, today we are determining what happens tomorrow

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