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A Way Out for Spain and Catalonia?
The Catalan leadership has stopped short of declaring independence from Spain, calling instead for talks with the Spanish government. We speak to Fusion host Nando Vila and Professor Sebastiaan Faber of Oberlin College

  October 11, 2017

Can the Spain-Catalan Crisis Be Resolved?
The only way to diffuse the situation would be for Madrid and Catalonia to sit down and discuss a serious reform of Spain's constitution--but current Spanish leadership is unlikely to take that step, says Oberlin professor Sebastian Faber

  October 4, 2017

Catalonia Strikes Over Suppression of Independence Vote
Tens of thousands took to the streets to oppose a police crackdown that left hundreds hospitalized

  October 3, 2017

Spanish Police Attack Voters During Catalan Independence Vote
Mayor of Barcelona and others called for Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to resign in the wake of police violence against Catalonia citizens during Sunday's vote, in which 90% voted in favor of independence

  October 1, 2017

Spanish Government Cracks Down on Catalan Independence Vote
The government of Mariano Rajoy is cracking down on efforts to conduct an independence vote on October 1, but this just increases Catalan opposition to Spain's central government, explains Carlos Delclos

  September 27, 2017

Spain's Economy is Growing, but Leaving Most Spaniards Behind
CEPR's Mark Weisbrot explains that even though Spain's economy has been growing recently, this is mostly due to external factors, without benefitting the majority of the population, making Spain Europe's most unequal country

  September 25, 2017

Catalan Independence Struggle Impedes Formation of Spanish Government
The issue not just nationalism, but the struggle for more democracy against austerity and EU institutions, says Roar Magazines editor Carlos Delclos

  September 13, 2016

Spanish Election Signals End of Governance by Absolute Majorities
ROAR Magazine editor Carlos Delclos discusses how the Brexit vote might explain why Unidos Podemos did not poll as well as anticipated

  July 5, 2016

Spain's "indignados" summon spirit of 1968
Thousands of Spanish protesters take part in an illegal demo against mass unemployment

  May 22, 2011

Spain takes to the street against austerity
Spaniards protested for a seventh consecutive day on Saturday against high employment and austerity measures, ignoring a ban on rallies on the eve of local elections.

  May 22, 2011

The rage in Spain falls mainly on the pain
The rage in Spain continues as tens of thousands pack Madrid's city centre for a sixth day in protest over austerity measures and crippling unemployment

  May 22, 2011

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