Wednesday, 10 August , 2022

PSOE

The Neocolonial Spanish “Left”

Spain to give a ‘constructive, but firm’ response to Algeria after trade freeze By Fernando Heller Jun10, 2022 Madrid will respond soon in a constructive but firm...

Espagne. Le gouvernement de gauche envoie des tanks en Ukraine soutenu...

Le gouvernement PS-Podemos est sur le point d'envoyer une demande au chancelier allemand Olaf Scholz pour fournir des chars Leopard 2 de fabrication allemande...

Pedro Sánchez busca reforzar la intervención imperialista de la OTAN en...

El gobierno “progresista” busca profundizar la intervención de la OTAN en África aprovechando el rearme militarista ante la guerra de Ucrania. Roberto Bordón Mar 17, 2022 El...

Quel avenir pour Podemos ?

Par Steve Forti May 6, 2021 Le trumpisme gagne à Madrid et Iglesias abandonne la politique.  « Le vote a non seulement sanctionné la victoire de la droite,...

Α disaster in Madrid, a sign for Europe

Stuart J. Turnbull-Dugarte, José Rama – Madrid’s regional election: How we got here, what happened, and why it matters May 5, 2021 On 4 May, the...

Portuguese Alternatives

By Catarina Martins 20 April 2021 Back in 2017, you spoke to NLR about the confidence and supply agreement between the Bloco de Esquerda and the...

Antoni Soy: In Catalonia, independence wins – but what comes now?

February 18, 2021 Antoni Soy is Honorary Professor in Economic Policy at the University of Barcelona Puede leer este artículo en catalan aqui The regional elections to...

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...

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...