Article by Greg Russell
The region and its capital Barcelona are showing strong growth, both nationally and in the context of Europe
Interior minister recorded asking for evidence against rivals
While regional president Carles Puigdemont is pro-European, he knows that the turmoil caused by Brexit would boost his independence campaign
Puigdemont is pushing ahead with his country’s plan for independence.
Interview with Raül Romeva, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Institutional Relations, and Transparency of the Catalan Government
Government says hostility from Madrid has left it with no choice but to use democratic mandate to pursue independence
Opinion Article by Ilya Somin, Professor of Law at George Mason University
Spanish interior minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz is facing a political storm after leaked tapes appeared to show him trying to incriminate political rivals. The tapes, which allegedly date from 2014, were published on the Publico website (in Spanish) four days before Sunday’s general election. Opposition party leaders have called on him to resign in light […]
The intensification of a long-held appetite for independence means these are interesting times for Catalonia. A journey through this proud corner of Spain, from snowy peaks to sandy shores, reveals a defiant, charismatic spirit.
In the past, moderates have dominated Barcelona’s testy relations with Madrid. This time, it could escalate.
St George’s Day in Catalonia coincides with World Book Day and is an opportunity for Catalans to honour their patron saint and show their love of culture