It might seem like the fall of Rajoy’s government bodes well for Catalonia. Not so fast
The new Spanish government has a mixed record on both austerity and regional democracy. To stay in power, it’ll have to do better on both
We should celebrate the downfall of Europe’s most corrupt government and the humiliation of its backers at the hands of a coalition that had no choice but to give effective voice to the people’s disgust with the state’s political sewer
After a raucous several days in parliament, Spain, much to the surprise of the Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party, is now helmed by its leader Pedro Sánchez
The Spanish central government has introduced new police powers to crack down on radical movements in Catalonia.
They are feminists, they are many of them, and they are angry
With spring, the thaw has arrived. The street is heating up again in response to repression
Interview on the background to the uprising and what it means for future organizing
Behind the millions-strong women’s strike that shook the Spanish state
The December 21 result effectively ratified the pro-independence result of the October 1 referendum and the October 27 proclamation of a Catalan Republic. So why have matters reached this point?