Spain

Visible and Invisible Women: ‘Pairing Picasso’ at the MFA

Visible and Invisible Women: ‘Pairing Picasso’ at the MFA Visible and Invisible Women: ‘Pairing Picasso’ at the MFA

The woman’s body is the unspoken subject of a remarkable new exhibit at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts.

Feb 16, 2016 / Eve L. Ewing

Will Spain Replace Its Old Guard in the December 20 Elections?

Will Spain Replace Its Old Guard in the December 20 Elections? Will Spain Replace Its Old Guard in the December 20 Elections?

While the new-left hope Podemos has seen its support drop in recent months, the center-right Ciudadanos has risen meteorically.

Dec 14, 2015 / Sebastiaan Faber and Bécquer Seguín

Why the Catalonia Separatist Question Will Continue to Plague Spain

Why the Catalonia Separatist Question Will Continue to Plague Spain Why the Catalonia Separatist Question Will Continue to Plague Spain

Left-right divisions, amid continuing public anger at government austerity and corruption, have stymied unity in both the anti- and pro-independence camps.

Oct 5, 2015 / Andy Robinson

Will Catalonia’s Regional Elections Lead to the Breakup of Spain?

Will Catalonia’s Regional Elections Lead to the Breakup of Spain? Will Catalonia’s Regional Elections Lead to the Breakup of Spain?

The drive for independence is growing, sparking similar movements in the Basque Country and Galicia—and complicating politics for the new leftist party Podemos.

Sep 24, 2015 / Sebastiaan Faber and Bécquer Seguín

Pope Francis waves as he arrives to lead his Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican.

Why Is the ‘Radical Pope’ About to Canonize a Priest Who Helped Enslave and Murder Native Americans? Why Is the ‘Radical Pope’ About to Canonize a Priest Who Helped Enslave and Murder Native Americans?

It's time to confront, not celebrate, the other American slavery.

Sep 18, 2015 / Back Issues / Richard Kreitner

Ignacio Escolar

The Spanish Media Are the Worst in Europe. These Upstarts Are Trying to Change That. The Spanish Media Are the Worst in Europe. These Upstarts Are Trying to Change That.

A broad range of leftist media projects committed to democracy and transparency have flourished in recent years.

Sep 15, 2015 / Sebastiaan Faber and Bécquer Seguín

Tsipras and Iglesias

Why the Spanish Government Opposes Debt Relief for Greece Why the Spanish Government Opposes Debt Relief for Greece

Any concession to Syriza could translate into an electoral boost for Spain’s own anti-austerity party, Podemos.

Jul 14, 2015 / Sebastiaan Faber and Bécquer Seguín

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