Sunday, 16 December , 2018

Catalonia

“Pedro Sanchez Did Not Become PM to Put Forward a Progressive,...

The parties of the left must maintain an organic link with popular mobilizations to prevent a continuation of status quo, says Ivan Orosa by Pavan...

Royaume d’Espagne: faim et soif d’espérance

Par Gustavo Buster 22  juin  2018 Un peu plus de deux semaines se sont écoulées depuis la formation du nouveau gouvernement Sánchez. Ce n’est probablement que...

Spanish state: How and why the Rajoy government fell. What now...

Spanish state: How and why the Rajoy government fell By Dick Nichols June 5, 2018 On June 1, the Spanish government of the ruling People’s Party (PP)...

The Guardian Rejoices in the Silencing of Assange

By Craig Murray 16 May, 2018 The Guardian has today published a whole series of attack piece articles on Julian Assange which plainly exult in the...

A vacuum on Spain’s political left

Center-right group Ciudadanos cannot be the only alternative to the governing Popular Party. Ideas are needed from the Socialists and Podemos 19 Apr., 2018 Practically all...

News and analysis on Catalonia’s struggle for self-determination

By Dick Nichols April 5, 2018 14-15 April: Act to defend democracy and human rights, in Catalonia and everywhere The Spanish state’s repression against Catalonia’s democratic rights...

Silencing of Assange Sparks Historic Ten-Hour Online Vigil To #ReconnectJulian

by Elizabeth Lea Vos 3/30/2018 Via Disobedient Media The Ecuadorian Government’s decision to silence Julian Assange by cutting off his internet access, phone communications and ability to...

Over 70 Injured as Barcelona Protests Turn Violent

26.03.2018 Following the arrest and detention on foreign soil of Catalan President Carles Puigdemont, protests broke out in Barcelona, quickly turning violent as riot police...

A Russian view on European trends

Results of 2017 and Prognosis for 2018: Europe 04.01.2018 The populist moment: 2017 The European political space went through global changes in 2017. Parties that were marginalised...

Catalogne ou la règle de trois

Par Guillaume Berlat « Errarre humanum est, perserverare diabolicum ». Manifestement, dans cette période de « défaite de la pensée »1, le premier ministre espagnol, Mariano Rajoy ne semble...