Brexit, Ideology and the Decline of the British State

| David Edgerton Kirsty Hughes

PODCAST Leading British historian, David Edgerton, Professor at Kings College London, talks to Kirsty Hughes in this latest European Conversations podcast …
More

Economic Policy Challenges for the Next Scottish Government – post-Covid, post-Brexit

| Graeme Roy

COMMENT Whoever forms the next government faces a huge task of rebuilding our economy. So, what will be the big economic issues facing that next government? …
More

Five European Questions in the Scottish Elections

| Kirsty Hughes

POLICY BRIEF Five big questions should be centre stage in any discussion of Europe and the EU during the election…
More

Music & the Performing Arts: A Sector in Jeopardy

| Alastair MacColl

COMMENT Since the end of the transition period with the EU, it’s clear that the impact on musicians and the performing arts could be devastating. .. ..
More

‘Global Britain’ or ‘Global England’: Why the UK’s new foreign policy won’t go down well in Scotland

| Kirsty Hughes

COMMENT ‘Global’ Britain’s post-Brexit ideology and new foreign policy is unlikely to go down well in Scotland for a mixture of reasons.. ..
More

Three EU challenges for Scotland

| Tobias Lock

COMMENT This blog post identifies three key challenges that the government would face if it wants to convince voters that it can realistically secure quick accession to the EU following an independence vote.. ..
More

Indy Ref 2: Legal or Constitutional?

| Michael Keating

COMMENT If pro-independence parties win a majority at the Scottish Parliament elections in May, they will take this as a mandate for a second independence referendum. . ..
More

EU Views of the Salmond-Sturgeon Saga

| Kirsty Hughes

COMMENT As the Salmond-Sturgeon saga reaches its culmination, how is the long-running dispute seen in the European Union?. ..
More