In the run-up to Catalonia’s independence referendum, it was widely accepted across the European Union that this is a purely internal problem that Spain needs to resolve.
However, the deterioration of the situation and the open collusion between Spain’s national government in Madrid and the regional government in Barcelona proved it is mainly a European problem.
And this, because Spain faces so many problems that automatically put the country into a very vulnerable position.
For instance, its...

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