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Spain’s election suggests a rejection of radicalism on both sides of the Catalan independence debate.

Spain’s new government is facing a host of challenges.

By failing to mediate the outbreak of Catalan nationalism, the EU stands to lose its soul.

The Catalan bid to secede has run aground. This is due to Madrid’s determination, but also to the mistakes of an independence movement intent …

Tensions are running high in Spain before the independence vote.

Threatening war against Spain over the future of Gibraltar, the Brexiteers’ inflated self-regard has seeped into the military sphere.

Spain’s new-old prime minister has weathered every storm that’s come his way, but major challenges remain.