Proposed labour reforms in France have sparked mass protests led by young people who want to reclaim democracy from the elite.
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.
More than two months after the election, Spanish politicians still can't provide the people with the government they demanded.
Parliamentarians have again failed to form a coalition, nearly three months after the election.
Presumed consent is not the way forward.
Spain's most controversial sport has been in strife lately. But anthropologist Robin Irvine explains why a year working on a bull-breeding estate made him optimistic for its future.
The celebration of Christmas has distinct variations around the world, with many of these local traditions arising from particular historical circumstances.
Spain's two-party system is now consigned to the history books – but forming a functional government will be anything but easy.
Spain's era of two-party government is coming to an end – but what exactly happens next is far from clear.
Organ donation rates in the UK are at an all time low. Could this be the solution?
A group of performers is using music and dance to highlight inequality, austerity and racism in Spain.
October 16 is traditionally a day in which the Spanish nation is celebrated. But questions are being asked about what that nation is these days.
Catalonia's pro-independence parties now have the chance to assemble a parliamentary majority, but they'll have to overcome their own differences first.
Denied a chance to hold a referendum, the pro-independence movement are calling the region's parliamentary elections a plebiscite.
The language survived against the odds and is now a central part of Catalan identity.
Over 500 years ago, first Jews and then Muslims were expelled from Spain. This summer, Spain's Parliament invited the former back but not the latter. Here's what Cervantes might say to his countrymen.
The UK is angry at Spain for chasing boats into its territory. Enough already.
Candidates from Spain's '15M' movement – born of mass protests in 2011 – have responded in various ways to the dilemma that being elected creates for those wishing to overturn the 'old politics'.
With a steady hollowing out of membership, the cosying up to vested interests with pockets deep enough to maintain party, today's political parties barely “represent”.
Will Spain's general election really be an anti-austerity wave – or something much more messy?