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Has the Disintegration of Europe Begun?
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Has the Disintegration of Europe Begun?

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By: Boltxe Kolektiboa / Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / June 26, 2016 Most Media outlets, including the Basque newspaper Gara, are describing the Brexit as a triumph of the right and the extreme right. According to them, the motivations for the Brexit lie in the reactionary nationalism […]

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JUNE 10: Revelers gather along Fifth Avenue during the Puerto Rican Day Parade on June 10, 2012 in New York City. The Puerto Rican Day Parade draws hundreds of thousands and was first celebrated in New York City in 1958. (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)
Analysis Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico: Enough is Enough!

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By: María de Lourdes Guzmán / Source: Claridad Puerto Rico / The Dawn News / May 3, 2016 Soon, it will be 118 years since the US military invaded us. Even though the official history has tried to make it look like they saved the country, the truth is that […]

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Pablo Iglesias, center right,  leader of Spanish Podemos (We Can) left-wing party, smiles as he marches to give a speech at the main square of Madrid during a Podemos (We Can) party march in Madrid, Spain, Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015. Tens of thousands of people, possibly more, are marching through Madrid’s streets in a powerful show of strength by Spain’s fledgling radical leftist party Podemos (We Can) which hopes to emulate the electoral success of Greece’s Syriza party in elections later this year. Supporters from across Spain converged onto Cibeles fountain before packing the avenue leading to Puerta del Sol square. Podemos aims to shatter the country’s predominantly two-party system and the “March for Change” gathered crowds in the same place where sit-in protests against political and financial corruption laid the party’s foundations in 2011. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)
Analysis Spain

Spain: The day after bipartisanship

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By Juan Manuel Karg / Source actualidad.rt.com / The Dawn / December 21, 2015. Last Sunday’s elections in Spain left some certainties. Spanish bipartisanship has been wounded, and the crisis of the traditional parties deepens. “We, men and women, also can” Let’s see: In 2008 the Popular Party (PP) and […]

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