Regions / Spain
European elites are blaming "stupid" voters for turning against an economic system that hasn't worked for them.
The 2016 vote may have been a disappointment to Spain's insurgent progressives. But they've proven they're here to stay.
A new progressive coalition seeks to end Spain’s punishing austerity regime and confront the country’s staggering unemployment.
No corporations have been more aggressive in forging their own foreign policies than the big oil companies.
The Socialists’ habit of running from the left and governing from the center is not a formula that will work anymore in Spain.
After a year of earthshaking victories and devastating setbacks, Europe's new progressive parties are slowly learning how to balance governance with activism.
With its elections, Spain takes steps to free itself from the European Union’s tight-fisted policies.
Whatever party ends up on top in the Spanish election, it will have to form a coalition, thus ending the reign of the two-party system that has dominated the country since Franco.
The U.S. military has built an extensive archipelago of African outposts, transforming the continent into a laboratory for a new kind of war.
In upcoming votes for the EU's most indebted countries, the left will have to battle both the forces of austerity and a resurgent xenophobic right.