, Volume 67, Number 4

Cristina Manzano
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Cristina Manzona is the Editor-in-Chief of Foreign Policy in Spanish, and Deputy Director of Fride.

It is never easy to end a revolution. One month after the beginning of the protests which began on May 15 in Madrid and quickly spread to the rest of Spain, most of the camps have been dismantled. Just a few nostalgic souls refuse to abandon their posts in Puerta del Sol in Madrid and Plaza de Cataluña in Barcelona, the two most symbolic squares of these peaceful revolts.

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