David Nichols was a music journalist for more than a decade, starting in 1980. Samuel J. Fell’s new history of Australian rock writing takes him down memory lane.
The nonconsensual kiss of team captain Jenni Hermoso has sparked a massive and instant rejection of machismo.
If the conservatives win the election and Vox holds the balance of power, the far right will take part in a governmental coalition for the first time since the consolidation of Spanish democracy.
After the country’s municipal elections in May 2023, perceived as a plebiscite on the government, President Pedro Sánchez called for general elections.
Research in Spain, Italy and Greece has analysed the representation of immigration in the media, hate speech on social media and the perceptions of journalists in these countries.
A survey of nearly 900 politicians in Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and Canada reveals that they systematically overestimate their electorate’s conservatism on a range of issues.
Regional elections in Spain and the success of the right has made Pedro Sánchez bring forward general elections to the 23rd of July.
The Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Congress means Trump’s European allies need to carefully gauge their support for him.
The hero of Cervantes’ classic 17th century novel has been sorely misrepresented since the early 20th century as a symbol of nationalist and Islamophobic ideas.
Spain has long avoided addressing the fact that tens of thousands of Spaniards were victims of Nazis, who collaborated with Spain’s former dictator, Francisco Franco.
How political parties such as Fidesz, Brothers of Italy, and the National Rally form part of the European Parliament.
Union drives continue to launch at news organizations in the United States and Canada. The COVID-19 pandemic has not diminished journalists’ resolve to build a safety net — and to protect journalism.
Incumbent governments are enjoying renewed popularity during the pandemic, while far-right challengers get bogged down in conspiracy theories.
We are living through the latest battle in a 300-year long ideological war over the meaning of humanity itself.
Populism and nationalism are two concepts that go together today. Isolationist proposals, Euroscepticism and a definition of nation against the “enemy” are three of its main ingredients.
The Socialist Party handily won Spain’s April 28 election, thanks to very high turnout among leftists who feared a return to ultra-right government. Spain had a rightist military regime until 1975.
Since 2015, Spanish politics has lived on a roller coaster. Catalonia, article 155, the motion of censure in the government, the rise of the far-right. The suspense, after this election, is assured.
Sánchez seeks to build alliances but not a formal coalition as the Socialists win but fall short of an absolute majority.
The PP wants to restrict access to terminations and Vox wants to ban all public funding for them.
Rather than setting itself against the EU like many other groups, Vox sees regional independence movements as its enemy.