Europe

What is a terrorist? July 20, 2015 19:47

What is a terrorist?

It is the question that the mass media is trying to answer following the shooting in a church in Charleston, USA, in which a [...]
 
What can we learn from ‘oxi’? July 13, 2015 23:59

What can we learn from ‘oxi’?

Greece’s economic and social situation has been increasingly deteriorating in the last five years. The acceptation of austerity measures that were part of the [...]
 
A partial victory July 13, 2015 10:11

A partial victory

The defeat of the Troika in Greece amounts to a head-on rejection of the way the European project is being moved forward at present. [...]
 
 
Anne Frank’s fears June 29, 2015 23:55

Anne Frank’s fears

In a short and tumultuous life, Anne Frank, a German girl, was born in 1929 and upon turning 12-years-old received a diary from her [...]
 
The Left in Spain turns its back on Latin America June 22, 2015 23:52

The Left in Spain turns its back on Latin America

Emerging parties like Podemos are attempting to distance themselves from the revolutionary process in Latin America as a result of the smear campaign carried [...]
 
Football and Cinema in the Berlin Stadium June 1, 2015 23:22

Football and Cinema in the Berlin Stadium

When sport and art join forces they are capable of moving people at surprising levels, and it is something like this that is expected [...]
 
 
The triumph of the left at the polls: Is this a Spanish Spring? May 31, 2015 01:34

The triumph of the left at the polls: Is this a Spanish Spring?

The high expectations for left wing parties, especially for those which emerged from the many social movements, and the Indignados, were considerably surpassed by [...]
 
Europe and its crisis in human figures April 20, 2015 18:56

Europe and its crisis in human figures

The austerity measures applied by nearly all European countries are creating a new map of poverty. The increase in unemployment is in particular contributing [...]
 
Solidarity with Askapena March 17, 2015 02:25

Solidarity with Askapena

Militants of internationalist organization of the popular Basque movement Askapena accuse the Spanish State of ordering six years of illegal imprisonment for five of [...]
 
 
Iñigo Errejón: “Podemos is not giving up on ideology” February 28, 2015 21:21

Iñigo Errejón: “Podemos is not giving up on ideology”

The Political secretary of the party defines it as “neither left wing nor right wing”, he sees self-determination of the people as legitimate and [...]
 
An erotic show that subverts the male gaze: UmColetivo January 19, 2015 03:47

An erotic show that subverts the male gaze: UmColetivo

The enunciation of the words is an oral expression, which also exists in sexual relations. But very often the man seems to be the [...]
 
Je suis syrien! January 19, 2015 03:46

Je suis syrien!

They want to pretend that the attack on the magazine Charlie Hebdo is only about freedom of expression, and has nothing to do with [...]
 
 
Wealthy nations do not keep their promise to the poor January 13, 2015 01:01

Wealthy nations do not keep their promise to the poor

Official Development Assistance, demanded by international forums as a way of reaching UN Millennium Development Goals is marked by the failure of many donor [...]
 
Next year the Left could save Spain December 14, 2014 02:42

Next year the Left could save Spain

With the general elections little more than a year away, Spain is in the middle of a ‘political earthquake’ that is disrupting schemes accepted [...]
 
Calais… hope turns into nightmare November 4, 2014 02:22

Calais… hope turns into nightmare

Violence, tear gas and the contempt of the inhabitants of Calais: this is what around 1,000 migrants must endure while they wait near the [...]
 
 
 

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