Catalan Violence Tarnishes European Values in Post-Soviet View

Catalan police officers secure the area outside the General Direction of the National Police of Spain building in Barcelona during a rally against the violence that marred the October 1 referendum. (Photo: Sasha Popovic via Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

The use of heavy-handed tactics by police to disrupt the Catalan referendum on October 1 was more than simply an internal Spanish or European matter.

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Larissa Sotieva is a Senior Adviser for Eurasia at the peacebuilding organization International Alert.

Catalan Violence Tarnishes European Values in Post-Soviet View

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