The Newsmakers

Can Spain’s PM Pedro Sanchez Forge a Coalition?

Spain's socialists pick up the largest share of the vote after Sunday's election, but it's not enough to govern. Will Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez be forced to work with political parties he fundamentally disagrees with? Luis Arroyo Former Political Adviser to Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez Carlo Angrisano International Secretary of the Popular Party's Youth Wing Adria Alsina Former Catalan National Assembly International Press Officer Rafael Arenas Garcia Former President of the Catalan Civil Society

Spain’s Far-Right Vox Surges

Spain’s Far-Right Vox Surges

Spain to hold general election on April 28 | Money Talks

Spain to hold general election on April 28 | Money Talks

Spain Elections: Socialists win but fall short of a majority

Spain Elections: Socialists win but fall short of a majority

Spanish election results widen parliamentary splits | Money Talks

Spanish election results widen parliamentary splits | Money Talks

Harry and Meghan: Turning Their Back on Buckingham?

Harry and Meghan: Turning Their Back on Buckingham?

Why is Rape So Prevalent in India?

Why is Rape So Prevalent in India?

India’s Rape Crisis

India’s Rape Crisis

Can South Sudan Form a Unity Government?

Can South Sudan Form a Unity Government?

Europe’s Head of Security Thomas Greminger Speaks Out

Europe’s Head of Security Thomas Greminger Speaks Out

South Sudan: From US Support to Sanctions

South Sudan: From US Support to Sanctions

Newsmakers Rewind: Mahmoud Abbas

Newsmakers Rewind: Mahmoud Abbas

What’s Behind the Surge in Violence in the Sahel?

What’s Behind the Surge in Violence in the Sahel?

Libya on the Brink

Libya on the Brink

Has France Failed in the Sahel?

Has France Failed in the Sahel?

Taken by the Taliban

Taken by the Taliban

Did Hong Kong Protests Influence Taiwanese Voters?

Did Hong Kong Protests Influence Taiwanese Voters?

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