Franco visits Barcelona in 1942. Carlos Pérez de Rozas
Devoting all energies to fight over an imaginary border deflects attention from the real issues.
A worker removes graffiti reading ‘Gora ETA’ (Long live ETA) in support of the Basque terrorist group in Pamplona.
While politicians remain at loggerheads, the arts bring resolution to the Basque Country's long history of violence.
Josef Jindřich Šechtl
How Hitler's Germany, fascist Italy and other authoritarian states tried to win friends and influence people.
The Saatchi Gallery
A long time before their recent landmark concert in Cuba, The Rolling Stones played Spain: less than a year after the death of General Franco.
Flashmob Flo6x8 taking their flamenco protest to the bank.
A group of performers is using music and dance to highlight inequality, austerity and racism in Spain.
The language survived against the odds and is now a central part of Catalan identity.
There is a vaccine.
Vaccination by Shutterstock
Spain's fascist past has complicated the state's relationship with anti-vaccination groups, now a rare disease has appeared again after 28 years.
It’s best for Spain. But can Felipe revitalise the monarchy?
The Spanish monarchy has been thrown into crisis after the king, Juan Carlos I, announced his decision to abdicate the throne after 39 years in favour of his son Felipe. The news was conveyed via the royal…