¿Qué? podcast, S03E8: Spain’s general election and the PSOE-Podemos deal

This week we discuss – what else? – the results of Sunday’s repeat poll and the surprise agreement between Pedro Sánchez and Pablo Iglesias that paves the way for a coalition


How the term “mena” hurts unaccompanied migrant minors in Spain

The word has been used negatively during the election campaign to criminalize youngsters who, according to the Spanish ombudsman, are “the most vulnerable of the vulnerable”


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, November 14, 2019


Spanish king defends democracy and human rights on state visit to Cuba

At a dinner attended by Cuban president Miguel Díaz-Canel, Felipe VI underscored the need for institutions to respect freedom of expression and of association


Evo Morales ready to return to “pacify Bolivia, not as a candidate”

Speaking from Mexico, to where he fled after stepping down on Sunday amid growing violence over election fraud claims, the former Bolivian president tells EL PAÍS that he is the victim of a coup

Gender equality

“Spanish feminism’s own history makes it ahead of its time”

EL PAÍS talks to author Nuria Varela about the gains made by the women’s movement in Spain, and the fourth generation of feminists who are now leading the fight for greater rights