Goodbye to 2018 in Catalonia: a year marked by continued repression by the Spanish State and regression for Catalan independentism and republicanism; a year full of painful dates and anniversaries
Something all of us should ask ourselves at some point in our lives is whether we are prepared to die for a cause, for the general good, for others or for a better world
It is the revolution paid for out of the people’s own pockets and with the people’s own time, all of it made possible by volunteers. I will never tire of telling the story of 1 October, 2017. It’s a story that has changed lives.
Fidel, Mao, Kim Jong-il and Franco all have mausolea, but only one is buried in a democratic country
Pons is trying to whip up a bit of anti-European fervour by telling the average Spaniard that he or she has been insulted.
Both Sánchez and Torra face short legislatures in which achieving anything significant will be extremely difficult.
it is important for for the international media to avoid misleading people, especially those uninvolved, with half-truths, omission, fanciful speculation and propaganda.
How far does the power of the Spanish state go? The Altsasu case is just the latest example of how ready politicians and media are to justify a disproportionate judicial sentence.