The Spain That Could Have Been and Was Not Allowed to Be
The Second Spanish Republic gave more importance to teachers than to the military, to intellectuals than to priests, to the underprivileged classes than to the privileged. That is why they destroyed it. That is why today they continue to destroy its memory
Prisoners of Their Own Propaganda: Russian Narratives Projected Into the ‘Near Abroad’
Promoting propaganda narratives has become an important part of Moscow’s foreign policy toolbox. While their immediate goal may be to confuse foreign audiences, these narratives are ultimately rooted in a particular worldview, that is, in fact, shared by many Russians. Therefore, we should not underestimate the extent to which the Kremlin and its supporters may actually be prisoners of their own propaganda.
Fortress Europe has a tradition of death
Two young people "delve into" the tragedy of 1997 at the Straits of Otranto, when 120 migrants from Albania fell overboard and 81 drowned. Ionian and Sotiris, two close friends aged 28 and an artistic duo, document with their camera the fight for justice by the relatives of the victims of a tragedy that unfolded 23 years ago, but could have happened yesterday