Col·lectiu Emma - Explaining Catalonia

Media: the new york times

7.02.2017. | THE NEW YORK TIMES

Artur Mas, Catalonia Ex-Leader, Stands Trial as Thousands Protest

THE NEW YORK TIMES   06-02-2017.-   By RAPHAEL MINDER     BARCELONA, Spain


1.02.2017. | THE NEW YORK TIMES

Defending Freedom in Catalonia

THE NEW YORK TIMES   By CARME FORCADELL 30-01-2017.-   Are the interests


10.12.2016. | THE NEW YORK TIMES

The Ghosts Spain Tries to Ignore

THE NEW YORK TIMES     By DAN HANCOX DECEMBER 8, 2016 “In Spain,”


5.04.2015. | The New York Times

Jordi Savall’s Never-Ending Repertory

International NYT 27-03-2015 By ZACHARY WOOLFE For the Catalan early-music master Jordi


5.09.2014. | The New York Times

Scotland’s Identity, Put to a Vote (The New York Times)

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD of The New York Times SEPT. 3, 2014 In two weeks, Scottish voters


2.05.2014. | The New York Times

No Extradition for Franco-Era Police Inspector (New York Times)

By PATRICIA RAFAEL and JIM YARDLEY APRIL 30, 2014 The New York Times MADRID — Spain’s


8.04.2014. | The New York Times

Facing His Torturer as Spain Confronts Its Past (The New York Times)

We recommend the following article published in The New York Times on April 6th, 2014. By JIM YARDLEY APRIL


28.03.2014. | The New York Times

Barack Obama: Three truths that should be self-evident (The New York Times)

"That in the 21st century, the borders of Europe cannot be redrawn with force"  "That


23.05.2013. | The New York Times

Recommended article: "Gibraltar Moves Closer to Soccer Independence" (The New York Times)

We recommend the article "Gibraltar Moves Closer to Soccer Independence" by James Montague


Recommended articles in The New York Times, The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph

We to recommend the following articles: "Spain’s Leader Fails to Reach Deal With Catalonia"


Col·lectiu Emma - Explaining Catalonia

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