Removing Francisco Franco’s body from the Valle de los Caídos would disturb an unwritten pact of forgiveness and forgetting Spain made during its transition to democracy.
Javier RuperezSeptember 20, 2018
This Sunday, Catalonia will attempt to hold a referendum on independence from Spain. Why is this strange event taking place, and what are the implications for European and international politics?
Mark R. RoyceSeptember 29, 2017
Spain is facing one the country’s biggest political crises in decades as the region of Catalonia is planning a vote on secession. Here is what you should know about the issue of Catalonian independence.
Joe CarterSeptember 22, 2017
Hopefully, the wisdom of responsible nationalism will prevail against contrived, peevish separatism in Catalonia, Scotland, and elsewhere.
Mark TooleySeptember 7, 2017
Modern democratic Spain is both a rejection and product of Franco’s dictatorship. Should he be honored or despised?
Mark TooleyAugust 19, 2017
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