If China turns against Maduro, whom the Communist Party views as an ideological ally, will Russia follow suit?
Spain’s Popular Party speaks out against the arrival of “millions” of migrants.
A start towards a multilateral security arrangement totally independent of America
"We don't have a date yet, but the government will do it"
Major international event turns much of the world's attention to Russia, opening the mystery of this country to all
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This change of government in yet another Southern European nation is taking place almost simultaneously with the present changes in Italy
The western Russophobic press epidemic has struck Spain
Blaming Russia has become the go-to excuse for the West failing to address its own problems
Puigdemont's surrender to the Belgian police is an admission of failure by an incompetent leader
Spain is perpetually trapped in a morally bankrupt vacuum of ideas in which Rajoy continues to snatch the moral low ground, even while achieving a dirty...
Carles Puigdemont now joins Julian Assange as a political victim of the European Arrest Warrant.
No resistance so far to Madrid's imposition of direct rule
Catalonia's leaders have effectively given up on becoming fully independent for the time being.
Spain is set to file "rebellion" charges against Carles Puigdemont and his deputies.
Spain imposes direct rule on Catalonia; calls snap elections
Barcelona and Madrid can work together for peace or work against each other for war.
Now dissolved, Catalonia government would have had no legal power to execute the independence vote.
The Catalan independence leader also called on Europe to protect the fundamental rights of Catalans.
Mariano Rajoy, the Spanish Prime Minister will remove officials for the Catalan government including President Carles Puigdemont.
Putin backs Spain against Catalonia and criticises EU for previously backing Kosovo against Serbia
Barcelona and Madrid continue to exchange ultimatums.
The Catalonia crisis continues to deepen.
The crisis in Catalonia was provoked by Catalonia's nationalists, not by the Spanish government, and if handled firmly is neither big nor dangerous
Catalonia needs to clarify it's statements.
If Madrid and Barcelona cannot find common ground and if the EU fails to mediate a settlement, the United Nations may need to intervene.
Western policy towards independence movements is cynical and based on expediency rather than principle
The ball is now firmly in Madrid and Brussels' court.
Catalonia appears to be on the road to statehood.
The Middle East has responded to Kurdish secessionists with a firm dignity while Europe has responded to Catalonia with childish aggression and arrogance.
Instead of leading the political and economic regeneration of Spain Catalonia's leaders are taking their region down a reactionary blind alley
Many feel the apology is too little - too late.
Madrid continues to exercise a heavy handed approach towards Catalonia.
Catalonia may be just the beginning.
The speech called for dialogue and negotiation while condemning the attitude of the Spanish government and Monarch.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Aleksey Meshkov believes the US judicial system does not match the norms of European law.
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