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The crisis as a pretext

The worst thing about the economic situation that our country is going through is that it serves to subjugate the Spanish people

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A Catalan haven

Could an independent Catalonia come to be a new Liechtenstein, shielded from the EU’s norms of fiscal transparency?

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Warning to Washington

Rajoy slid down the plane of submission, saying that the foreign minister was merely to summon the US ambassador and "ask him for information" about the spying

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Rajoy's agenda

What humiliation for the Spanish media - to languish starved of news as to our government's line on the question of Syria and the looming military sanction for the use of chemical weapons

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Screwdrivers

The Popular Party took two personal computers from Luis Bárcenas and had their hard disks carefully erased, rendering them useless as evidence in court

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Resigned to resignation?

Lie-mongering is the common factor that led to the Popular Party's defeat in the 2004 elections, and will soon lead to the replacement of Rajoy as prime minister

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A costly mistake

Spain has a special relationship with Latin America and the obligation to defend its interests in matters involving the European Union

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Asylum for Snowden

The Snowden leaks show serious violations of the right to privacy in communications, which is protected in every democratic constitution

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Stay scared

The spymasters know that if you sow fear in suitable doses you harvest docility and submission

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Our man in Washington

Mariano Rajoy’s obedient attitude has earned him no favor with the White House

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Lie management

The Popular Party has already lost one election owing to its aversion to coming clean

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Prescription for Rajoy

How did Bárcenas squirrel away so many millions without attracting suspicion?

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Poor and competitive

The smokescreen of austerity blurs the line between obligations imposed by necessity and ideological designs of choice

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Rota, for nothing

When Franco died, the Spanish gave the world a surprise. Our various political forces sat down and worked out reasonable, dispassionate solutions

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Saving face

Mariano Rajoy's election promise of transparency and truthfulness unfulfilled

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Saving president Dívar

From May onward, we have witnessed an operation with the objective of saving president Dívar, and keeping him at the head of the General Council of the Judiciary

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Through fear to docility

The right and their media orchestra are now reaping a rich harvest of paralysis among the left