January 28, 2014

Why on Earth Is Spain Tackling Abortion Now?

Paul Ames, Global Post

The Associated Press

n the midst of a jobs crisis and economic dysfunction, Spain now must face a bitter debate over government plans to radically restrict women’s rights.

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January 17, 2014
Spain's Alarming Abortion Debate
New York Times
Spain’s conservative Popular Party, led by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, is pushing a bill that would restrict reproductive rights so severely that many women would be forced to travel abroad to seek abortions or turn to... more ››
January 27, 2014
NATO Needs a Southern Strategy
Larrabee & Wilson, The National Interest
In the first two decades after the end of the Cold War, NATO looked predominantly east, toward Central and Eastern Europe, Ukraine and Russia. Today it is being drawn increasingly south to the Mediterranean, Middle East and Gulf... more ››
January 22, 2014
The Old King of the New Spain
Miguel-Anxo Murado, New York Times
A recent poll put support for the Spanish monarchy at a historic low: More than 60 percent of Spaniards want King Juan Carlos to step down. And all this is happening amid a series of scandals involving the royal household, the... more ››