As Madrid asserts its direct control over Catalonia, many are looking ahead to new elections on December 21 as make-or-break for the independence movement.
As a key deadline passes and Madrid assumes direct rule over the region, we contrast the economic metrics of Catalonia and the rest of Spain.
There’s only one road that leads to peaceful reconciliation, and it continues to elude the Spanish authorities.
Spain’s political crisis is ramping up ahead of the expected declaration of independence on October 9.
Gloomy economic data and leadership challenges loom over the UK Tory conference, Angela Merkel’s coalition talks get off to a bad start in Germany, and protesters flood the streets of Barcelona.
The constitutional crisis in the lead-up to Catalonia’s independence vote pales in comparison to what comes next.
The Spanish government is doing everything it can to thwart Catalonia’s upcoming independence vote. Will it succeed?
A new regional government is bringing new hope to supporters of an independent Catalonia.
Delving into the David v. Goliath struggle faced by the Catalan independence movement.
Examining the current debate surrounding Catalan independence and what it might mean for the future of Spain and the EU.