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Social Democracy


While Portugal’s António Costa has managed to forge a stable partnership on the left, insurmountable divisions in Spain mean Pedro Sánchez may struggle to form a coalition even if he wins November’s vote.


With Germany’s political landscape in upheaval, observers of German politics may be excused for thinking that the world is caving in. In late May, …

The Last Battle

In a desperate bid to win back voters, Germany’s SPD is shifting to the left. It may be the party’s last chance to turn …


Europe’s social democrats, the SPD in particular, need the courage of their convictions.


The decline of social democratic parties is reversible if they find new answers to questions of economic competence and identity politics.