October 1 shook Catalonia and the Spanish state. What happens now?
Josep Maria Antentas is a professor of sociology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
How tomorrow’s Catalan independence vote came about — and why it should have the Left’s support.
The new Catalan party, Catalunya en Comú, faces challenges all new political organizations must overcome.
Podemos’s second congress reaffirmed Pablo Iglesias’s power. But there were also openings for a more democratic, left party.
At stake at this weekend’s congress is whether Podemos will be a party that merely seeks to win elections or one that wants to transform society.
For all of its success, Podemos has refused to deal seriously with the European Union and what it would take to truly transform Spain.
With its poll numbers slipping, Podemos is searching for ways to recapture this spring’s energy.
The independence movement in Catalonia is gaining steam. Incorporating anti-austerity and democratic demands is the next step.