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Suomalaiselämää Espanjassa: Hitaan tapahtumisen hienous, 6.12.2017 (uusi versio)

Espanjalaisia vapaudenhaaveita , 19.12.2013

Marinaleda: Andalusian utopia, 4 September 2012

Spanish anarchism — with a Scottish accent, 8 September 2010

Málagan lumovoima, 8.8.2010

Suomalaiselämää Espanjassa: Hitaan tapahtumisen hienous, 4.6.2010

Correspondents in revolutionary Spain, 23 February 2009

Guerrillas whom history left behind, 18 September 2008

 

Torroxin uudet tuulet

26.6.2007

Spain's many identities

5 December 2006

Espanjan aikapankit

7.6.2006

Torrox: Tähdet kertovat

29.9.2005

Memories of dead heroes

7 February 2005

Objectivity and the Spanish civil war

24 January 2005

Mejor clima de Europa

1.9.2003

Andalusian kansainvälistyvän elämän ongelmia

3.5.2003

Kun Stalin vallankumousta torjui

Yliopisto, 19/2002

How Stalin destroyed revolution in Spain

openDemocracy, 31 January 2002

Espanjassa väitellään siirtolaisuudesta

YLE/Tänään iltapäivällä, 19.6.2002

 

Riitta Liede:

Torroxin vuorten kupeessa

Olé-lehti, 21.7.2005

 

 

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Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
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Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
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Basic Goods 'Suspiciously' Begin to Appear in Venezuela Stores

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Elections in Spain: Podemos implodes, Catalan right to decide reasserted by Dick Nichols, ZNet, 7 June 2019

Can Barcelona rekindle its radical imagination? by Carlos Delclós, ROAR, 31 May 2019

End of an era for ETA?: May Basque Peace Continue by J.P. Lintsroth, CounterPunch, 20 May 2019

The Meaning of the Socialist Victory in Spain by Conn Hallinan, CounterPunch, 13 May 2019

Spanish elections: The right defeated and Catalonia’s right to decide re-asserted by Dick Nichols, Links, 12 May 2019

'Prostitution is seen as a leisure activity here': tackling Spain's sex traffickers by Annie Kelly and Ofelia de Pablo, The Guardian, 11 May 2019

Elections in Spain: Regime Maintenance Disguised as Democratic Vitality and the Possibility of Change by Thomas S. Harrington, CounterPunch, 3 May 2019

What is the real power of the far right in Spain? by Guillermo Altares, El País in English, 2 May 2019

Democratic Triumph for Catalan Separatists by Craig Murray, 29 April 2019

Analysis: How did Sunday’s elections change Spain’s political landscape? by Carlos E. Cué, El País in English, 29 April 2019

Socialist Party wins general election but falls short of an absolute majority, El País in English, 28 April 2019

The Worrying Rise of Spain’s Far Right by Antonio Maestre, Jacobin, 28 April 2019

The Nowhere Man by Eoghan Gilmartin / Tommy Greene, Jacobin, 27 April 2019

Voters are right to fear for their dying villages as Spain goes to the polls by Giles Tremlett,

Spanish politicians clash over Catalonia in first televised debate by Carlos E. Cué, Natalia Junquera, Daniele Grasso, El País in English, 23 April 2019

The shocking rape trial that galvanised Spain's feminists – and the far right by Meaghan Beatley, The Guardian, 23 April 2019

Neus Català obituary by Michael Eaude, The Guardian, 19 April 2019

Assassinating Podemos by Eoghan Gilmartin / Tommy Greene, Jacobin, 11 April 2019

An Italian anarchist's memories of the Spanish Civil War by Antoine Gimenez, ROAR, 29 March 2019

Massive marches in Spain display the strength of the feminist movement, El País in English, 9 March 2019

'If We Stop, the World Stops!': Hundreds of Thousands of Spanish Women Take to Streets for Feminist Strike by Jessica Corbett, Common Dreams, 8 March 2019

Spain's Socialists Have Big Green Plans for the Country by Juan Cole, Truthdig, 6 March 2019

Spain’s Watergate: inside the corruption scandal that changed a nation by Sam Edwards, The Guardian, 1 March 2019

The Ghosts of Chauncey Gardner and Francisco Franco at the Trials of the Catalan Independentists in Madrid by Thomas Harrington, Antiwar.com, 26 February 2019

Podemos was the dazzling new force in Spanish politics. What went wrong? by Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, 18 February 2019

Two hundred thousand protest in Barcelona against show trial of Catalan separatists by Alejandro López, World Socialist Web Site, 18 February 2019

The show trial of the Catalan nationalists and the far-right danger in Spain by Alex Lantier, World Socialist Web Site, 14 February 2019

Los presos políticos de los que no se habla por Vicenç Navarro, Público, 12 febrero 2019

In Spain, a political storm precedes trial of Catalan independence leaders by José Manuel Romero, Pablo Ordaz, Jesús García, El País in English, 11 February 2019

Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’

Spain’s ‘socialist’ government to US: ‘Coup against Maduro? We’re in!’ by Dick Nichols, ZNet, 10 February 2019

Podemos founders go their separate ways ahead of Madrid elections by A. Marcos, G. Rodríguez-Pina, J. J. Mateo, El País in English, 18 January 2019

Andalusian parliament swears in new Popular Party premier by Eva Sáiz, El País in English, 17 January 2019

Thousands of women march across Spain against far-right party Vox by Isabel Valdés, Antonio J. Mora, El País in English, 16 January 2019

Franco's Forgotten Crimes by Jonah Hahn, Jacobin, 13 January 2019

Thousands demand transfers for ETA prisoners in Basque protest by AFP, Yahoo News, 12 January 2019

The IMF Asks For Continuity, But Spain Needs Change by , Defend Democracy Press, 26 December 2018

Left-Wing Leaders in Spain Condemn the War in Yemen, but Keep Up Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia by Zach Campbell, The Intercept, 21 December 2018

Spanish Elections a Lesson for the Left by Conn Hallinan, ZNet, 21 December 2018

How second-generation immigrants are transforming the landscape of Spanish society by Yuly Jara, El País in English, 14 December 2018

Exhuming Franco: Spain’s Immemorial Divisions by Binoy Kampmark, Global Research, 10 December 2018

15 million Spaniards are breathing air the EU considers polluted by Esther Sánchez & Elena G. Sevillano, El País in English, 7 December 2018

Far-right success in Andalucía reflects Spain's fragmented politics by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 3 December 2018

Far-right Spanish political party Vox: What are its policies? El País in English, 3 December 2018

Socialists lose ground in Andalusia, extreme right party takes 12 seats by Eva Sáiz, El País in English, 3 December 2018

Madrid takes historic step to becoming a car-free city center by Miguel Ángel Medina, El País in English, 30 November 2018

Thousands march in Spain to oppose violence against women by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 25 November 2018

15M's social and political effects in Spain by Antonio Álvarez-Benavides, openDemocracy, 31 October 2018

Ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont launches new party by Agence France-Presse, The Guardian, 27 October 2018

How the Spanish Catholic Church has been hiding abuse cases for decades by José Manuel Romero - Julio Núñez, El País in English, 15 October 2018

Tensions flare at Barcelona protests on anniversary of independence vote by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 1 October 2018

Spain is the most welcoming EU country for refugees, survey finds by Álvaro Sánchez, El País in English, 24 September 2018

Fake news que aparecen en el discurso unionista e independentista por Vicenç Navarro, Público, Septiembre 20, 2018

Former Spanish PM Aznar denies party slush fund despite court ruling by Natalia Junquera, El País in English, 18 September 2018

Catalan National Day: free speech under threat by Andrew Davis, openDemocracy, 18 September 2018

Two kinds of justice in Spain by Krystyna Schreiber, openDemocracy, 18 September 2018

Exception in Catalonia one year after the referendum by Galvão Debelle dos Santos, openDemocracy, 18 September 2018

'For me, this is paradise': life in the Spanish city that banned cars by Stephen Burgen, The Guardian, 18 September 2018

A million attend rally in Barcelona to call for Catalan independence by Stephen Burgen and Sam Joes, The Guardian, 11 September 2018

The Unionists in Catalonia Turn to the Latin American Coup Playbook by Thomas S. Harrington, CounterPunch, 7 September 2018

Behind The Basques: The Most Misunderstood Culture in Europe by Orge Castellano, Medium, 29 August 2018

Yes, Spain should dig Franco up. But it must not bury the horror of his regime by Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, 24 August 2018

Catalonia: A new king with old rules by Ignasi Bernat and David Whyte, Red Pepper, 9 August 2018

Spain's right whips up fear as migration surge hits Andalucian shores by Sam Jones, The Observer, 5 August 2018

Franco by Enrique Moradiellos review – the dictator and the future of Spain by Christopher Kissane, The Guardian, 3 August 2018

Catalonian Quest for Independence is Undeterred by Attilio Moro, Consortiumnews.com, 25 July 2018

Progressives in Britain can still triumph if they look to Spain’s success by Will Hutton, The Observer, 22 July 2018

Spain launches truth commission to probe Franco-era crimes by Stephen Burgen, The Guardian, 12 July 2018

Clara Ponsatí accuses Spain of illegal vendetta against Catalan nationalists by Severin Carrell, The Guardian, 9 June 2018

Franco's cruel legacy: the film that wants to stop Spain forgetting by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 8 June 2018

Spanish PM appoints 11 women and six men to new cabinet by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 6 June 2018

Spain: The Lesser Evil An interview with Antonio Maestre, Jacobin, 6 June 2018

Spanish state: How and why the Rajoy government fell by Dick Nichols, Links, 5 June 2018

Who Is Pedro Sánchez and What Does Spain's New Socialist Government Want? by Kate Aronoff, The Intercept, 4 June 2018

Spain's new laws turn peaceful protesters into terrorists by Ignasi Bernat and David Whyte, Red Pepper, 1 June 2018

Rajoy is gone. Can Pedro Sánchez tackle the corruption plaguing Spain? by Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, 1 June 2018

Spain: The Comeback Kid by Eoghan Gilmartin, Jacobin, 1 June 2018

Rajoy likely to be forced out as Spanish PM as Basque party turns against him by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 31 May 2018

The Mills of God Grind Slowly. Particularly in Spain by Craig Murray, 31 May 2018

Cómo los ‘súper patriotas' están ocultando la enorme crisis social que crearon por Vicenç Navarro, Público, 30 mayo 2018

La continua hostilidad contra Podemos de los mayores medios de información y persuasión españoles por Vicenç Navarro, Público, 24 mayo 2018

The crisis of the Spanish system by Antonio Caño, El País in English, 21 May 2018

Democracy, Deeds and Dilemmas: Support for the Spanish Republic Within British Civil Society, 1936-1939 by Edward Packard, Reviews in History, May 2018

“I have no reason to lie when I tell you that everything is better in Spain” by James Rhodes, El País in English, 18 May 2018

Eta's armed struggle is no more. Now Spain must end its brutality by Arnaldo Otegi, The Guardian, 17 May 2018

Spain's traditional parties bowing to newcomers, poll confirms by Álvaro Nieto, El País in English, 14 May 2018

Spanish newsreaders wear black in protest against ‘political interference' by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 11 May 2018

Protests in Spain as five men cleared of teenager's gang rape by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 26 April 2018

Spain to begin civil war exhumations at Valley of the Fallen by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 23 April 2018

A feminist outpouring shakes the Spanish state by Laia G. Facet and Todd Chretien, Socialist Worker, 20 April 2018

‘Opposing Catalan separatism is not enough in Madrid: you must scorn it, too' by John Carlin, VilaWeb, 9 April 2018

Free speech under siege in Spain by Pablo Castaño, openDemocracy, 30 March 2018

The arrest of Catalan President Carles Puigdemont: Another step toward a police state in Europe by Peter Schwarz, World Socialist Web Site, 27 March 2018

Scotland Must Defend Carla Ponsati; Sturgeon Cannot Play Pontius Pilate by Craig Murray, 26 March 2018

When do the clocks go forward in Spain? And could this be the last change? by Jordi Pueyo Busquets, El País in English, 23 March 2018

Why Women's Day was such a runaway success in Spain by Mónica Ceberio Belaza, El País in English, 23 March 2018

Exiled Catalan minister criticises Europe's silence over separatist prisoners by Chris Baynes, Independent, 17 March 2018

Spanish cities host historic marches to demand end to gender discrimination by Manuel V. Gómez and José Marcos, El País in English, 9 March 2018

A movement that's being driven by young women by Pilar Álvarez and Gloria Rodríguez-Pina, El País in English, 8 March 2018

Rapper jailed for three and a half years after criticising Spanish royal family by Clarisse Loughrey, Independent, 24 February 2018

Amnesty International accuses Spain of restricting freedom of speech, El País in English, 22 February 2018

Support for Catalan independence falls to 40.8%, new survey shows by Pere Rìos, Àngels Piñol, El País in English, 22 February 2018

Migrants are paying the price of Mariano Rajoy’s ‘state of emergency’ by Lucila Rodríguez Alarcón, The Guardian, 24 January 2018

The Catalan Integral Cooperative by Ted Trainer, ZNet, 19 January 2018

What Nerve! Catalonians Trying to Swear in the Coalition That Won the Most Votes by Thomas Harrington, Antiwar.com, 19 January 2018

Four years on, Spain's populist party Podemos loses appeal by José Marcos, El País in English, 17 January 2018

Intercommunication in Barcelona, past and future by Emma Avilés and Rosemary Bechler, openDemocracy, 13 January 2018

 

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