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TL:n muistoja, 5.4.2020

 

Baskimaan kokemuksia, 2.9.2018

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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Spain's economy posts historic 18.5% quarterly fall due to coronavirus lockdown by Antonio Maqueda, El País in English, 31 July 2020

Spain records 1,153 daily coronavirus cases, the highest figure since May 1 by Pablo Linde, El País in English, 30 July 2020

Spain's fight for a just recovery by Fernando Rejón Sanchez, Social Europe, 29 July 2020

Spain reports over one million job losses during coronavirus crisis by Manuel V. Gómez, El País in English, 28 July 2020

The conditions for a coronavirus spike in Spain were clear. Yet no one saw it coming by Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, 28 July 2020

The conditions for a coronavirus spike in Spain were clear. Yet no one saw it coming by Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, 28 July 2020

UK's new quarantine rule spells disaster for Spanish travel industry by Sandra López Letón, El País in English, 27 July 2020

Spanish deputy PM urges investigation into Catalan spyware claims by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 16 July 2020

Spain’s intelligence service has spyware program that targeted Catalan politicians by Miguel González, El País in English, 16 July 2020

With over 100 coronavirus outbreaks, more Spanish regions make face masks mandatory by Emilio Sánchez Hidalgo | Camilo S. Baquero, El País in English, 13 July 2020

Welcomed and feared: How tourists in Spain are being received amid the coronavirus crisisby Belén Fernández, El País in English, 13 July 2020

Another town is possible: community wealth building in the Basque Country by Ben Wray, openDemocracy, 10 July 2020

Spain’s new minimum income scheme: a victory and a historic failure by Koldo Casla, openDemocracy, 6 July 2020

Former UN expert decries Spain's 'utterly inadequate' social protection system by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 6 July 2020

Lessons from the pandemic for the municipalists in Spain by Kate Shea Baird, ROAR, 26 June 2020

Spain approves ‘new normality’ rules as Covid-19 cases rise, El País in English, 25 June 2020

Spain squashed coronavirus. Will British tourists undo all that hard work? by Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, 25 June 2020

Spain’s ‘new normality’ – the new rules region by region by Oriol Güell, El País in English, 21 June 2020

As Spain enters the ‘new normality’ on Sunday, what will change? El País in English, 20 June 2020

Spanish Covid-19 expert: ‘There is more virus circulating now than before the state of alarm' by Elena G. Sevillano, El País in English, 16 June 2020

With 70% of Spain in Phase 3 of the coronavirus deescalation plan, the regions resist allowing free movement by Pablo Linde, El País in English, 15 June 2020

Spain will reopen borders to EU states on June 21, Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez tells regional chiefs, El País in English, 14 June 2020

Spain edges closer to ‘new normality' with final coronavirus phase change by Pablo Linde, El País in English, 12 June 2020

Spain prepares for last phase change of coronavirus deescalation plan by Jessica Mouzo | Silvia R. Pontevedra, El País in English, 11 June 2020

EU's call to open internal borders by June 15 increases pressure on Spain by Álvaro Sánchez, El País in English, 11 June 2020

Spanish Cabinet approves decree for ‘new normality’ after coronavirus state of alarm ends by Pablo Linde|Elsa García de Blas, El País in English, 9 June 2020

Spain sees rise in air pollution as coronavirus lockdown eases by Manuel Planelles, El País in English, 9 June 2020

Spain’s guaranteed minimum income scheme will reach 255,000 people by June 26, says PM by Carlos E. Cué, El País in English, 7 June 2020

Regions under Phase 3 of coronavirus deescalation will allow free movement from Monday, El País in English, 6 June 2020

More than half of Spain moving to Phase 3 of coronavirus deescalation plan on Monday by Emilio de Benito, El País in English, 5 June 2020

Spain adopts conservative attitude to restarting European travel by Carlos E. Cué, El País in English, 5 June 2020

After bitter debate in Congress, Spain's PM secures extension to state of alarm by Anabel Díez | Javier Casqueiro, El País in English, 3 June 2020

Spain approves guaranteed minimum income scheme for vulnerable families by Manuel V. Gómez, El País in English, 29 May 2020

70% of Spain will be in Phase 2 of coronavirus deescalation plan by Monday, government announces by Pablo Linde, El País in English, 28 May 2020

Spain will lift two-week coronavirus quarantine for overseas arrivals from July 1, El País in English, 25 May 2020

Spain's guaranteed minimum income scheme set to assist 850,000 families by Manuel V. Gómez, El País in English, 25 May 2020

What changes under Phase 1 and 2 on Monday? by Cecilia Jan, El País in English, 24 May 2020

Spanish PM: Overseas tourists will be able to return to Spain from July, El País in English, 23 May 2020

Spanish PM finds support in Congress for fifth extension to state of alarm, El País in English, 21 May 2020

How Europe underestimated the danger of the coronavirus pandemic by Oriol Güell, El País in English, 19 May 2020

More unemployment and lower wages: Coronavirus crisis dimming the prospects of young people in Spain by Miguel Ángel García Vega, El País in English, 18 May 2020

Coronavirus deescalation plan: Everything you need to know about the changes in Spain on Monday by Pablo Linde, El País in English, 17 May 2020

Spanish PM will request one last extension to the state of alarm, this time for a month, El País in English, 16 May 2020

The revolt of the 1% against the coronavirus ‘oppression' in Spain by Manuel Viejo | Lucía Ramos Aísa, El País in English, 16 May 2020

Spain's Civil Guard warns about risk of social unrest due to Covid-19 crisis by Óscar López-Fonseca, El País in English, 15 May 2020

Spain to extend restrictions on international travelers until June 15, El País in English, 15 May 2020

The Finnish exodus from Fuengirola by Ivan Gelibter, Sur in English, 14 May 2020

Antibody study shows just 5% of Spaniards have contracted the coronavirus by Borja Andrino | Daniele Grasso | Kiko Llaneras | Elena G. Sevillano, El País in English, 14 May 2020

Spain's reeling tourism industry objects to travel restrictions by Hugo Gutiérrez | Ramón Muñoz, El País in English, 13 May 2020

How the coronavirus crisis destroyed work-life balance in Spain by Ana Alfageme | Beatriz Lucas, El País in English, 13 May 2020

Spain to introduce 14-day quarantine for international travelers by Álvaro Sánchez, El País in English, 12 May 2020

Uncertainty looms as more businesses open in Spain under Phase 1, El País in English, 11 May 2020

Portugal: misma península y con cinco veces menos muertes por habitante que España por Pablo Linde | Javier Martín del Barrio, El País, 10 mayo 2020

As half of Spain moves to Phase 1 of coronavirus deescalation, what will change? El País in English, 9 May 2020

Spanish government announces areas that will move to the next phase of coronavirus deescalation by Juan Carlos Espinosa | Emilio de Benito | Juan José Mateo | Isabel Valdés, El País in English, 8 May 2020

All of Spain's regions request moving to Phase 1 apart from Catalonia and Castilla y León by Jessica Mouzo, El País in English, 7 May 2020

What if Spain's state of alarm comes to an end on May 9? by J. Gálvez, El País in English, 5 May 2020

Spain's PM gears up for fight to extend state of alarm by Carlos E. Cué, El País in English, 4 May 2020

Health Ministry will allow social meetings of up to 10 people under Phase 1 of Spain's deescalation plan by Pablo Linde, El País in English, 2 May 2020

Spain allocates time slots for outdoor activity, El País in English, 1 May 2020

Spain's deescalation measures – what we know so far by Miguel Ángel Medina, El País in English, 29 April 2020

Spain's prime minister announces coronavirus deescalation measures, El País in English, 28 April 2020

Spain may allow confined citizens out for walks on May 2, says PM, El País in English, 25 April 2020

Spain will scale back confinement at different speeds, say experts by Emilio de Benito, El País in English, 24 April 2020

Spanish PM secures support to extend state of alarm after fierce criticism in Congress, El País in English, 23 April 2020

Genetic analysis suggests that the coronavirus was already circulating in Spain by mid-February by Manuel Ansede, El País in English, 23 April 2020

Screens between tables and sanitary welcome kits: How Spain's tourism industry is preparing for life after lockdown by Fernando Peinado | Gorka R. Pérez, El País in English, 22 April 2020

Spain will begin deescalation of coronavirus measures without knowing the incidence of the epidemic by Pablo Linde, El País in English, 22 April 2020

Regional premiers call on Spanish PM to allow citizens to exercise in the open air by José Marcos, El País in English, 19 April 2020

Spanish PM to seek extension to state of alarm, will allow children to leave the home from April 27, El País in English, 18 April 2020

Catalan premier seeks to further independence cause during coronavirus crisis by Pere Ríos | Camilo S. Baquero, El País in English, 18 April 2020

Spanish firm that spied on Julian Assange tried to find out if he fathered a child at Ecuadorian embassy by José María Irujo, El País in English, 15 April 2020

Spain's public employment services swamped by millions of coronavirus-related jobless claims by Josep Catà Figuls | Manuel V. Gómez, El País in English, 14 April 2020

Spanish Health Ministry warns that the coronavirus could be spreading in homes by Emilio de Benito, El País in English, 14 April 2020

‘I don't know why the heck we have to go back if there's no way of staying apart' by Noor Mahtani | Miguel Ángel Medina | Eva Saiz | María Pitarch, El País in English, 13 April 2020

As some Spaniards return to work today, experts debate whether it is still too soon by Jessica Mouzo, El País in English, 13 April 2020

Spain eases some restrictions on workers, hoping Covid-19 cases will not spike again by Hugo Gutiérrez and Pablo Linde, El País in English, 11 April 2020

Daily coronavirus deaths in Spain fall to 605, the lowest figure since March 24 by Pablo Linde, El País in English, 10 April 2020

Congress backs PM's request to extend confinement measures in Spain until April 26, with a further 15 days likely by Anabel Diez, Javier Casqueiro, El País in English, 10 April 2020

Why does Spain have the world's highest coronavirus mortality rate? by Oriol Güell, Miguel Ángel Medina, El País in English, 7 April 2020

How the 2008 crisis compares with the coronavirus fallout in Spain by José Luis Aranda, El País in English, 7 April 2020

Spain's intensive care units finally get some respite after coronavirus overload by Jessica Mouzo, Elena G. Sevillano, Daniele Grasso, El País in English, 7 April 2020

Daily coronavirus deaths continue downward trend in Spain, with 674 in the last 24 hours, El País in English, 5 April 2020

Spain's coronavirus crisis: Why the numbers are failing to show the full picture by Pablo Linde, El País in English, 5 April 2020

The first steps after lockdown ends: How will Spain return to normal life? by Pablo Linde, El País in English, 5 April 2020

Spain sees sharp drop in daily coronavirus deaths, El País in English, 4 April 2020

Spanish government to extend state of alarm until April 26 by Carlos E. Cué, Natalia Junquera, Sonia Vizoso, El País in English, 4 April 2020

Spain sees new grim record of daily coronavirus deaths, with 950 victims in just 24 hours, El País in English, 2 April 2020

Coronavirus crisis brings worst March on record for Spain's labor market by Manuel V. Gómez, El País in English, 2 April 2020

Coronavirus cases in Spain now exceed 100,000 with more than 9,000 total deaths, El País in English, 1 April 2020

Spain's emergency coronavirus measures to be lifted gradually by Anabel Diez, El País in English, 1 April 2020

El Gobierno levantará las medidas del estado de alarma de forma gradual por Anabel Díez, El País, 1 Abril 2020

Drop in intensive care patients brings hope to Spanish hospitals by Oriol Güell, El País in English, 1 April 2020

After small reprieve, daily coronavirus deaths spike in Spain once more, El País in English, 31 March 2020

Daily coronavirus deaths fall slightly in Spain but total infections exceed China's, El País in English, 30 March 2020

Spanish government tightens lockdown to include all non-essential workers by José Marcos, El País in English, 29 March 2020

Coronavirus in Spain: Five crises rolled into one by Elena Sevillano, María Sosa Troya, El País in English, 27 March 2020

Coronavirus deaths in Spain now exceed 4,000, with 655 in just 24 hours, El País in English, 26 March 2020

Spain's coronavirus victims rise by 514 in a day, with 2,700 dead and nearly 40,000 infections, El País in English, 24 March 2020

640,000 rapid coronavirus tests arrive in Spain by Elena G. Sevillano, Pablo Linde, Sonia Vizoso, El País in English, 23 March 2020

Spanish PM calls on European Union for a Marshall Plan and ‘coronabonds' by Jesús Sérvulo González, El País in English, 22 March 2020

Spanish government to extend state of alarm for 15 days by José Marcos, El País in English, 22 March 2020

Spain exceeds 1,000 coronavirus deaths with no clear idea if peak is close by Oriol Güell, El País in English, 21 March 2020

Spain registers second-highest daily rise in coronavirus infections in the world, El País in English, 16 March 2020

Spain closes its borders to contain spread of coronavirus, El País in English, 16 March 2020

Coronavirus: Spain to quarantine 47m people as entire country put into lockdown by Andrew Buncombe, Independent, 14 March 2020

Spanish PM: “Themeasures we are going to adopt are drastic and will have consequences”, El País in English, 14 March 2020

Spanish government declares state of alarm by Carlos E. Cué, Claudi Pérez, Elsa García de Blas, El País in English, 13 March 2020

The Catalan Crisis Threatens to Reopen a Debate That the EU’s Power Brokers Thought They Had Long Ago Quashed by Thomas S. Harrington, Counterpunch, 23 January 2020

Spain’s Foreign Ministry approves reopening of Catalan ‘embassies’ by Lucía Abellán and Camilo S. Baquero, El País in English, 17 January 2020

Catalan premier promises elections if he is removed from his role by Camilo S. Baquero, El País in English, 15 January 2020

An Interview with Embattled Catalan President Quim Torra by Thomas S. Harringtom, CounterPunch 14 January 2020

Catalan separatists take seats as EU lawmakers, promise to push secession by Thierry Chiarello, Johnny Cotton, Ashifa Kassam, Reuters, 13 January 2020

EU parliament stops recognising jailed Catalan separatist as lawmaker, Reuters, 10 January 2020

Brussels recognizes jailed Catalan leader as MEP, despite Electoral Commission notification by Álvaro Sánchez, El País in English, 8 January 2020

Solicitor general’s office calls for jailed Catalan politician to be allowed to serve as MEP by Reyes Rincón, El País in English, 30 December 2019

The lost images of anarchist Barcelona, ROAR, 21 December 2019

‘I’ve always maintained that the Irish are basically Spanish’ – Ian Gibson by Guy Hedgecoe, The Irish Times, 8 December 2019

Anticapitalists: ‘We need a left that is not a crutch for the PSOE' by Raul Camargo, ZNet, 8 December 2019

The Catalan Leadership Is Serious About Independence by Thomas Harrington, Antiwar.com, 2 December 2019

What is Happening in Spain? by Vicente Navarro, CounterPunch, 29 November 2019

Spain's conviction for sedition of Jordi Sànchez and Jordi Cuixart threatens rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, Amnesty International, 19 November 2019

The Catalan crisis is key to the rise of the Spanish far right by

“Spanish feminism’s own history makes it ahead of its time” by Pilar Alvarez, El País in English, 14 November 2019

Podemos agrees to back Spanish social-democratic government by Alex Lantier, World Socialist Web Site, 13 November 2019

Spain's ruling socialists strike coalition deal with Podemos by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 12 November 2019

Sánchez's hubris has smashed Spain's brittle politics into even smaller pieces by Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, 11 November 2019

Socialists win repeat Spanish election, Vox becomes third-biggest force in Congress, El País in English, 10 November 2019

'Fed up': Spaniards frustrated on eve of fourth election in four years by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 8 November 2019

Spain's response to protests is a dangerous step towards authoritarianism by Tiago Miller, openDemocracy, 4 November 2019

Catalonia and the paradox of unity by Simona Levi, openDemocracy, 4 November 2019

The two roads ahead for the Catalan independence movement by Francisco Villamil, ROAR, 1 November 2019

Who are the young people protesting in Barcelona? by María Martín, El País in English, 28 October 2019

At last Franco is properly buried. This victory belongs to the people of Spain by Irene Lozano, The Guardian, 24 October 2019

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Spanish state repression in Catalonia may be shocking – but it's nothing new by Arnaldo Otegi, The Guardian. 23 October 2019

Spanish politicians are spinning the Catalan crisis to suit their own interests by

Spanish nationalism loses the plot by Ignasi Bernet and David Whyte, openDemocracy, 14 October 2019

Weep for Catalonia, Weep for Liberalism in Europe by Craig Murray, 14 October 2019

Supreme Court finds Catalan secession leaders guilty of sedition by Reyes Rincón, El País in English, 14 October 2019

What is the story of Catalan independence – and what happens next? by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 14 October 2019

Spain has a democratic problem – the people have outgrown its political system by

'Feminist emergency' declared in Spain after summer of violence by Sam Jones, The Guardian, 20 September 2019

The Communist Plot to Assassinate George Orwell by Duncan White, Literary Hub, 10 September 2019

Their Head-Bashers – and ‘Ours': Hong Kong vs. Catalonia by Thomas Harrington, Antiwar.com, 27 August 2019

Lost archive of Spanish Civil War photos discovered after 72 years by Peio H. Riaño, El País in English, 23 August 2019

Vetoing Podemos by Eoghan Gilmartin, Jacobin, 29 July 2019

How Spain's Vox fortifies neo-fascist internationalism by John Maerhofer, ROAR, 11 July 2019

Brussels calls on Madrid, Barcelona to do more to combat air pollution by Manuel Planelles, El País in English, 11 July 2019

On judge’s ordes, Madrid Central low-emissions scheme back in action by Miguel Ángel Medina - Pablo León, El País in English, 8 July 2019

What went wrong for the municipalists in Spain? by Peter Gelderloos, ROAR, 2 July 2019

Is there a revival of the Socialist Party in Spain? by Vicente Navarro, Social Europe, 1 July 2019

'Madrid Central' protest: Thousands oppose suspension of anti-pollution plan, BBC News, 30 June 2019

In Barcelona, Being a Fearless City Mayor Means Letting the People Decide by Laura Flanders, CounterPunch, 20 June 2019

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

 

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