Tuesday, 16 August , 2022

Podemos

Spain risks more riots as free speech crackdown and rapper’s jailing...

By Damian Wilson* 19 Feb, 2021 Millions of Spaniards still remember life under fascism. Now, with lockdown’s limits on freedom compounded by the erosion of...

The Breakaway | By Perry Anderson

21 January 2021 It is​ now a year since Britain left the EU, and less than a month since the terms of its separation were...

The Elephant in the Room

Left Parties and the European Union by Asbjørn Wahl Dec 01, 2020 European left parties have, over the last couple of decades, become increasingly critical of political...

European radical left makes itself superfluous

By Herman Michiel (*) Aug. 3, 2020 On 23 July, the vast majority of the Left Group (GUE/NGL) in the European Parliament approved, together with the...

The Debate on Universal Public Income

Basic Income in Spain to Mitigate Coronavirus Impact By Helene Zuber und Steffen Lüdke 12.06.2020 It's two days before Jessica will be unable to pay her...

The Delphi Forum, June 2015 – Speech by Giulietto Chiesa

The Delphi Forum, 20-21 June 2015,  Delphi, Greece

En Espagne, les mairies citoyennes affichent un bilan mitigé

Par Ludovic Lamant 8 février 2020 À l’approche des municipales en France, plusieurs travaux universitaires dressent un premier bilan de l’expérience vivifiante des « mairies rebelles » d’Espagne, apparues en...

Spain’s “Progressive Government” Is Already Under Siege

The PSOE-Podemos coalition promises to roll back recent attacks on labor rights and provide a negotiated solution to the Catalan crisis. But the new...

The new PSOE/UP government in Spain (and left in Portugal and...

by Klaus Dräger Since 7 January 2020, there is a new government in place in Spain. PSOE's Pedro Sanchez is again Prime Minister. He is...

Igglesias warns Podemos’ members on “necessary concessions”

Spain’s PM has a governing deal; now he needs to sell it to Congress Nov.15, 2019 The caretaker prime minister of Spain, Pedro Sánchez of the...