Oped by Raül Romeva, Catalan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Institutional Relations and Transparency
Researchers hail separatism as a way for the region to escape Spanish bureaucracy
Plan shows independent Catalonia can stay in EU.
The key votes of the pro independence Catalan MPs in the Spanish Parliament will be used to negotiate a referendum
In Far-Flung Corners of the World, Catalan Secessionists Push for Support for Independence From Spain (The Wall Street Journal)
Madrid tries to counter message, lobbying governments and dogging separatist events
Spain’s Catalonia region faces fresh elections after a small anti-capitalist party, the CUP, refused to support the pro-independence leader Artur Mas
Oped by Carles Puigdemont, 130th president of Catalonia
While the separatist movement is still a long way from succeeding in its goals, never before has it played such a role over the formation of a national government
Interview with Catalonia’s new Minister of Foreign Affairs
Interview with Oriol Junqueras, regional finance minister and deputy president
Artur Mas named Carles Puigdemont as his replacement, ending three months of deadlock between Mas’s secessionist alliance and the far-left CUP party
Vexing math, an end of the old two-party system and, once more, a pivotal role for Catalonia.