Monthly Archives: December 2014

Spain: the new politics of resistance

Last week I contributed a mid-length article to Overland Magazine focussing on the political resistance to rampant corruption in Spain, the rise of Podemos and the generational change represented by a new class of politicians such as Pablo Iglesias, Alberto Garzón and Pedro Sánchez. Read … Continue reading

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Ebola in Madrid: ‘Some people learn faster than others’

Nurse Teresa Romero has been through the wringer of late. At the Carlos III Hospital in Madrid, Romero had volunteered to care for two Spanish missionaries, infected with the Ebola virus, who had been flown up from Sierra Leone in September for … Continue reading

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