Professor Damien Kingsbury October 2, 2017 4 Comments
With national police raiding and closing dozens of voting booths yesterday, it is clear that the vote will not be recognised by the conservative People’s Party government in Madrid.
Charles Richardson December 23, 2015 7 Comments
Just about everyone this year voted to kick this mob out.
Guy Rundle December 21, 2015 5 Comments
Brush up on the Spanish election talking points ahead of your Christmas lunch. It's bound to come up.
Guy Rundle January 7, 2015 29 Comments
How will the right-wing parties of the world respond to their losses in 2014? And how will they fare in the years to come?
Charles Richardson November 7, 2014
With Catalonia set for an independence "consultation" on Sunday, it's worth examining the legal war that has turned the campaign for independence into an anemic symbolic gesture.
Matthew Clayfield July 25, 2014
The GFC hit Spain hard, and the recovery from it has spurred a resurgence of the Left, says Spanish activist Pablo Gallego Garcia.
Matthew Clayfield July 4, 2014 5 Comments
British writer Alexander Fiske-Harrison first entered the ring as a wannabe bullfighter, but has found his niche following in Hemingway's footsteps -- quite literally.
Charles Richardson August 20, 2013
Spain and Britain are still arguing over the coastal territory, but the discussion is unlikely to spark another Falklands War, writes Charles Richardson.
Crikey November 8, 2012 6 Comments
Youth unemployment in Spain sits at 50%, prompting many to flee and try and make their way in Australia. Kevin Ponniah reports on the youth that were promised prosperity.
Crikey September 7, 2012 14 Comments
The European Central Bank has established a mechanism that should provide greater stability for the eurozone -- but will countries use it? Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane on the new lifesaver.