Topic: Spain

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Omar Barghouti on Matisyahu: ‘Perfectly reasonable to oppose performance by any bigot’

Jewish American rapper Matisyahu (the stage name of Matthew Paul Miller) was disinvited from a music festival in Spain because of his support for Israel. Organi...   [ continue reading...]

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Bernie Sanders' Big Idea to Spread the Wealth -- Let Workers Own a Piece of the Business They Work for

What happens if a business is owned and run by the people who work there? Businesses are run for a profit that goes into the pockets of the businessâ€...   [ continue reading...]

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Catalonia: a new country in the making?

A few years ago, independence supporters like me were a minority in parliament. Now I feel we are just a small step away from an independent Catalan state....   [ continue reading...]

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Perfidious Albion? The strange case of Karenzi Karake

The detention of Rwanda's intelligence chief in London belongs to the murky area where transnational justice meets political interest, and perhaps also sheer in...   [ continue reading...]

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Déjà Vu: Germany Tightens Its Economic Power Over Europe

German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a press conference after a meeting with the Ukrainian prime minister in the Chanclery in Berlin, January 8, 2015. (Photo: 360...   [ continue reading...]

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For Sale: Entire Spanish Villages. Price: Cheap.

Elentir / CC BY-SA 2.0 Want to invest in paradise? Local leaders in Galicia are looking to sell as many as 400 villages abandoned during waves of emigration t...   [ continue reading...]

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What Jeremy Corbyn supporters can learn from Margaret Thatcher

“It always seems impossible until it’s done.” Flickr/rahuldlucca. Some rights reserved. If there is one thing everybody following B...   [ continue reading...]

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The Future of Europe

AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris A Greek flag waves as the sun's rays shine through clouds at the ancient Acropolis hill, in Athens, Monday June 22, 2015. ...   [ continue reading...]

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120 Years of Rocky US-Cuba Relations, in Pictures

A brief history of the long, rocky relationship between the United States and Cuba, from the Spanish-American War through the recent reestablishment of diplomat...   [ continue reading...]

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Colour Blind or Just Blind

Jose Saramago wrote a novel translated as The Stone Raft, published in 1986. It appeared in English in 1994. The story is quite remarkable if simple. One day it...   [ continue reading...]

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Three myths behind the case for Grexit: a destructive analysis

Any hope of a radical change in the economic direction of Europe requires international solidarity, and that solidarity in turn requires the euro....   [ continue reading...]

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Local Food Movement Tripled in 20 Years, Now Critics Are Taking Cheap Shots

In the last 20 years, the amount of local foods consumed in the American diet has tripled, according to USDA, and now comprises two percent of food consumed in...   [ continue reading...]

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Time to power up your future

Just three weeks ago we asked you to stand with us to protect our Mediterranean from the threat of dirty and dangerous fossil fuels. And to share our vision of...   [ continue reading...]

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Art and Social Change: Creative Time Summit at Venice Biennale Features Artists and Democracy

As part of the Venice Biennale, the oldest and most prestigious international art exhibition, a New York-based group, Creative Time, is hosting a three-day summ...   [ continue reading...]

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Art and Protest at Venice Biennale Highlights Labor Conditions, Climate Change and Austerity

We are broadcasting from Venice, Italy, the site of the Venice Biennale, the oldest and most prestigious international art exhibition, where this year's theme i...   [ continue reading...]

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Creative Time Summit at Venice Biennale Features Artists and Democracy

As part of the Venice Biennale, the oldest and most prestigious international art exhibition, a New York-based group, Creative Time, is hosting a three-day summ...   [ continue reading...]

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Austerity Kills: The Sad, Sick Truth About Right-wing Economics’ Body Count

Conservative economics wrecks lives and destroys people: Just look at the impact of brutal UK austerity policies. Reprinted with permission from "Aus...   [ continue reading...]

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What's One of the Best Ways to Treat Heroin Addiction? Heroin

Other countries have embarked on heroin maintenance programs and trials, but here in the United States, ignorance and prejudice still trump science....   [ continue reading...]

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The Local Food Movement Has Tripled in 20 Years, and Now Critics Are Taking Cheap Shots

Why are some trying to tear down this movement? In the last 20 years, the amount of local foods consumed in the American diet has tripled, according t...   [ continue reading...]

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From Miliband to Corbyn: Labour struggles to renew itself

To understand the rise of Corbyn, we first need to properly understand Ed Miliband's legacy.  Ed Miliband swiftly accepted responsib...   [ continue reading...]

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