A human rights case brought against key Franco-era politician Rodolfo Martín Villa in Argentina has united Spanish and European elites – in opposition to justice for fascism's historic crimes.
The final survivor of La Nueve, the company of Spanish Republican soldiers who were the first to enter Paris in 1944, died earlier this year from coronavirus. We remember Rafael Gómez Nieto.
Today Spain elected its first left-wing coalition since the civil war in the 1930s. Already, it is under siege from the country's elite - but if it succeeds, it can improve the lives of millions.
After months of refusal, Spain's PSOE has finally agreed to a left-wing coalition with Unidas Podemos. Now the hard work of defining its programme begins.
By rejecting a left-wing coalition to placate business interests, Spain's PSOE has badly miscalculated ahead of today's election – and may hand the far-right a historic victory.
Four years ago progressive platforms won power in some of Spain's biggest cities, including Madrid and Barcelona. The international left can learn a lot from their successes – and failures.
Spain's left swept to victory in last week's election. But the risk of a centrist government shows the need to do more than just mobilise progressives against the far right.