Hint: It’s not because the far-left movement is suddenly in favor of Catalan independence.
Belittling Catalan demands and denying their right to self-determination only hardens attitudes in the region.
The reelected Spanish Socialist Party leader promises to be more disruptive this time around.
The former leader of the Spanish Socialist Party avenges himself against the woman who led a coup against him.
A yearning for independence brought left- and right-wing parties together. It may not be enough to sustain their union.
Any deal with Mariano Rajoy would be unpopular in Catalonia, but voting against him could be unpopular nationwide.
With Britain out, other EU nations have no reason to push back against Spanish irredentism anymore.
In her battle for control of the party, Susana Díaz must convince Socialists their best hopes lie in the center.
After years of ignoring Catalan demands, Spain’s conservative prime minister is finally willing to sit down and talk.
Rather than accept the possibility of compromise, Spain’s anti-establishment movement sticks to its far-left guns.
Spain’s two left-wing parties need to ask themselves if they are serious about getting into power.
The left calls for a harder line against the right-wing government the Socialists allowed to come to power.