Demonstrators take part in a recent protest against a rally by the Spanish far-right Vox party in Barcelona, Spain. The nationalist Vox party has recently emerged onto the political scene by winning representation in regional elections in the country’s south in December.
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The upcoming Spanish election will not only change the political landscape in the short term. The success of Vox will likely secure a place for anti-immigrant parties for the indefinite future.
Rajoy leaves the Spanish Parliament in Madrid on Oct. 25, 2017.
AP Photo/Francisco Seco
Why the Spanish Prime Minister keeps choosing a strategy of confrontation.
Protest in Barcelona against the Spanish government on September 21.
When you put together the efforts of the Spanish authorities to curb media coverage of the Catalan referendum, you have a deeply worrying picture.
Parliamentarians have again failed to form a coalition, nearly three months after the election.
The Catalans want an independence referendum in November.
Welcome to Breaking Nations, a series of articles that examines independence movements across the globe ahead of the Scottish referendum in September. To begin, Dani Cetrà gives us the view from Catalonia…