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News & Analysis

The Spanish armada invaded Africa and conquered the world

Abdul Kader Kurtha

Rajab 18, 14312010-07-01

Sounds a trifle confusing, but it really isn’t. “Why?” you might ask, because La Roja (the Spanish) are soccer champions of the world and deservedly so. Described as the most successful World Cup ever, Africa and South Africa.

Special Reports

The reasons for and consequences of the defeat of the Aznar government in Spain

Francisco J. Romero Salvadó

Rabi' al-Awwal 11, 14252004-05-01

Until his defeat in Spain’s elections in March, José María Aznar was a key member of the US-led ‘Coalition of the Willing’. His defeat, coming after the Madrid bombing, caused fury in Washington. FRANCISCO J. ROMERO SALVADÓ discusses its causes and repercussions...


Aznar’s defeat a warning for Bush and Blair


Safar 11, 14252004-04-01

José María Aznar, the right wing prime minister of Spain who was the only European leader to join George Bush and Tony Blair in their invasion of Iraq, paid the price for his defiance of Spanish public opinion on March 14, when the Spanish electorate voted him out of office...


Morocco unlikely to regain Spanish-occupied areas, despite good relations with Madrid

Crescent International

Jumada' al-Ula' 20, 14201999-09-01

The two Moroccan enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, occupied by Spain for more than five centuries, are unlikely to be returned to their rightful owners in the forseeable future, if Madrid’s reaction to a recent Moroccan call for a ‘bilateral rethink’ on the issue, and Rabat’s anxiety to avoid a confrontation, are anything to go by.

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