Archive List for SCER Publications

Kirsty Hughes | 12 November 2021

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The below list sets out SCER’s publications from 2017 to 2021

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TitleAuthor
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Brexit Talks Will Mean Hard ChoicesDanuta Hübner
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Brexit and Indyref2Charlie Jeffery
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The European Union at 60: Strategic Renewal or Adrift Amidst Multiple Crises?Kirsty Hughes
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Lessons from CETA for a UK-EU DealDavid Martin
6
A Differentiated Approach for Scotland Makes SenseAlyn Smith
7
Scotland on the Sidelines once Brexit is Triggered?Kirsty Hughes
8
Europe after Brexit: Multi-speed or More of the Same?
Anthony Salamone
9
Brexit after Article 50: A Rollercoaster RideKirsty Hughes
10
Brexit, Devolution and Agriculture: A Case Study in ComplexityDavid Bell
11
The Great Repeal Bill and the Challenge of Bringing Laws HomeTobias Lock
12
Accelerating Towards the Cliff Edge: A View from BrusselsFabian Zuleeg
13
Northern Ireland’s ‘Fast Track’ to EU MembershipMark Devenport
14
Hard Brexit in Retreat?Kirsty Hughes
15
Brexit Negotiations: What Does Europe Want?Uta Staiger
16
French Voters Hold Europe’s Future in Their HandsPierre Haski
17
Scotland’s Brexit ChoicesKirsty Hughes
18
What is Really Driving Populism in EuropeMichael Keating
19
Scotland’s Transition to EU Membership: What Would it Take?Colin Imrie
20
Macron’s Breakthrough Signals Rising EU Hopes
Giles Merritt and Shada Islam
21
September’s Elections: Fresh Impetus for Germany and the EU or More of the Same?David Gow
22
Scotland’s Brexit Choices: Will They Be Centre Stage in the Election?Kirsty Hughes
23
For Brussels, May’s Outburst Adds Insult to Brexit’s InjuryGiles Merritt
24
Norway and the European Economic Area: Good Deal or Just an EU Rule-Taker?
Ole Gunnar Austvik
25
Ten Big Brexit Issues: Questions for the General ElectionKirsty Hughes
26
Would Scotland Need a Phased Approach to the EU?Kirsty Hughes
27
Scotland: What Strategy as Brexit Talks Get Under Way?Kirsty Hughes
28
Brexit Divisions: Are We Really All ‘Re-Leavers’ Now?Kirsty Hughes
29
Today’s Europe: United We Stand, Divided We FallDavid McAllister
30
Germany and European Integration: Keeping Together While Moving ForwardBarbara Lippert
31
Brexit and a Hung Parliament: Damage Limitation or a Better Outcome?Kirsty Hughes
32
Brexit Chaos: What Next?Kirsty Hughes
33
What Does the Election Result Mean for Brexit? Some Initial ThoughtsChris Grey
34
Brussels Jubilant at UK Election ResultGiles Merritt
35
Five Takeaways for Brexit from the General Election
Anthony Salamone
36
Soft, Hard, Jobs, Open Brexit? A Reality CheckKirsty Hughes
37
The Brexit Timetable: Key Questions and Challenges for the UK and Scotland
Kirsty Hughes and Tobias Lock
38
How Brexit Broke Theresa May: Election AnalysisChris Grey
39
Why Court Procedure is a Brexit Planning PriorityKenneth Campbell
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Why Political Uncertainty Might Become the NormGlen O’Hara
41
Reverse Brexit: Could Scotland Ignite a UK Debate?Kirsty Hughes
42
The UK in India’s Eyes: A Fading Interest Post-Brexit
Rammanohar Reddy
43
Energy and Climate Change Challenges in the Brexit TalksAntony Froggatt
44
Scottish and UK Immigration Policy after Brexit: Evaluating Options for a Differentiated Approach
Christina Boswell, Sarah Kyambi and Saskia Smellie
45
The Renewed French-German PartnershipPierre Vimont
46
The Repeal Bill: Legal and Practical Challenges of Implementing BrexitTobias Lock
47
From Free Movers to Settled ImmigrantsChris Grey
48
The UK’s Fearful Politicians Debate ‘Softer or Harder’ Brexit as Damage MountsKirsty Hughes
49
Staying in the Customs Union: Neither Soft Nor SimplePeter Holmes
50
Is There an Exit from Brexit?Kirsty Hughes
51
Brexit and the Future of the EU – A View from HelsinkiJuha Jokela
52
Free Movement is Not a Problem to be Solved
Anthony Salamone
53
Smoke and Mirrors of a Brexit Transition Deal: Ten Key QuestionsKirsty Hughes
54
Brexit Transition, Scotland and Independence: Has a New Route Opened Up?Kirsty Hughes
55
EU Voters in Scotland: A Potential Game Changer?
Richard Marsh and Fabian Zuleeg
56
Brexit, Data Protection, and the Myth of ‘Taking Back Control’Chris Grey
57
A Customs Union by Any Other NameAnton Muscatelli
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Brexit Negotiations: No Real Progress, But No Crisis EitherDanuta Hübner
59
Brexit, Northern Ireland and Territorial Differentiation: An Opportunity Not To Be Missed
Katy Hayward and David Phinnemore
60
Devolution after Brexit: ‘Power Grab’ or a ‘Significant Increase in Decision-making Power’?Mark Lazarowicz
61
After Florence: Soft Brexit Myths, Hard Brexit RealityKirsty Hughes
62
After Germany’s Elections: Europe Relaunched or on the Defensive?Kirsty Hughes
63
Germany’s Political Mainstream is in Need of RenewalDavid Gow
64
Macron’s Vision for Europe Sets a Very High Bar
Anthony Salamone
65
A Year of Brexit Uncertainty Lies Ahead: Deal, No Deal or a Second EU Referendum by Autumn 2018?Kirsty Hughes
66
The EU’s Response to Catalonia was a Poor Show. Scotland Should Now Offer to MediateAlyn Smith
67
Brexit Uncertainty, Scotland and the UK in 2018: Four ScenariosKirsty Hughes
68
Stalemate in Brussels – Is the Brexit Cliff Edge Closer Now?Anton Muscatelli
69
Soft Brexit, Soft Transition: Myths and RealityKirsty Hughes
70
Sexual Harassment and the European ParliamentCatherine Stihler
71
Series – Brexit’s Impact on Scotland: Free Movement of WorkersChristina Boswell
72
Germany’s Priority is the EU27 – Brexit Britain Should Expect No FavoursQuentin Peel
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‘Article 50: The Facts’John Kerr
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Chaotic Incompetence Not Enough to Halt BrexitKirsty Hughes
75
Creative Scotland for a Creative EuropeAndrew Ormston
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Series – Brexit’s Impact on Scotland: FisheriesCraig McAngus
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Series – Brexit’s Impact on Scotland: Public HealthMargaret Hannah
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Taking Back Control on BrexitDavid Martin
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Catch-22 Looms Whether the EU27 Agree Brexit Trade Talks or NotKirsty Hughes
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Brexit: Crucial Regulatory Challenges for the UKAndrew Duff
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Series – Brexit’s Impact on Scotland: DevolutionNicola McEwen
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Series – Brexit’s Impact on Scotland: A More Innovative and Global Scotland?
Alison Hunter and Fabian Zuleeg
83
Global Challenges for the EU: Scottish and German Views
Kirsty Hughes Kirsty
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As Brexit Negotiations Are Finely Poised, The Economic Picture Doesn’t Get Any Less GloomyAnton Muscatelli
85
Series – Brexit’s Impact on Scotland: International DevelopmentLewis Ryder-Jones
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Patchwork Brexit, Soft Brexit, No Brexit?Kirsty Hughes
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From ‘Sufficient Progress’ to a Future Relationship – Germany’s Priorities in the Brexit Negotiations
Nicolai von Ondarza
88
Brexit Deal Kicks Can Down the Road – Not Towards a Soft BrexitKirsty Hughes
89
Brexit Begins to Take Shape, As Debate in Scotland Continues
Anthony Salamone
90
The Case for a Differentiated BrexitNikos Skoutaris
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Regulatory Alignment: What Will It Take to Make It Work, And How Big Are the Risks of Failure?
Katy Hayward and Paul McGrade
92
Brexit Talks Move On: They Will Be ToughKirsty Hughes
93
‘Soft’ Brexit is No Panacea: Why the Scottish Government Should Lead on Halting BrexitKirsty Hughes
94
Brexit Talks: What Happens When The Clock Stops?John Palmer
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A Scottish Government Challenge on Brexit: How Will It Impact on UK Debate?Kirsty Hughes
96
Brexit: Where Are We Now ‘Sufficient Progress’ Has Been Reached?Danuta Hübner
97
Where Next for Brexit Talks on Trade?Kirsty Hughes
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The EU-UK Future Trade Relationship after Brexit: Is There a Middle Ground?Anton Muscatelli
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Brexit, EU Citizenship and Future Immigration Policy: What’s Left to Play For?Kirsty Hughes
100
Removing the Sharp Edges from Brexit: A Third Sector in Scotland PerspectiveJohn Downie
101
Brexit: What is Going On?Kirsty Hughes
102
As Good As It Gets – The EU Policy of Germany’s New GovernmentBarbara Lippert
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No Time Left to Waste in the Brexit NegotiationsDanuta Hübner
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Corbyn’s Brexit Speech: Clearer Labour Policy – Up to a PointKirsty Hughes
105
The Brexit Countdown to Autumn 2018Anthony Salmone
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Human Rights after Brexit: Gaps? Enforcement? Progress?Kirsty Hughes
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‘Norway Minus Minus’ or ‘Heath Robinson’ Brexit: May’s SpeechKirsty Hughes
108
EU Citizens’ Votes: Lost in Transition?Fabian Zuleeg
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The EU’s Draft Trade Guidelines: Heading to Canada DryKirsty Hughes
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Annual Review 2017-2018 
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Scotland and Brexit: Why is the ‘Remain’ Voice So Muted?Kirsty Hughes
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Brexit Transition and the Future Trade Deal: Implications for Citizens’ RightsKirsty Hughes
113
Brexit and Scotland: What Happens Next? 
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Brexit Roundup: Where Are We Heading?Kirsty Hughes
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Brexit Roundup: Finland Focuses on Its Northern PartnersJuha Jokela
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Brexit Roundup: Trade Deals for the UK after Brexit Will Not Be EasyDavid Martin
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Brexit Roundup: Distracting the EU from Its Bigger ProblemsGiles Merritt
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Brexit Roundup: Transition Cannot Be Taken For GrantedDanuta Hübner
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Brexit Roundup: Environment – Challenges Lying AheadAnnalisa Savaresi
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Brexit Roundup: Economic Issues for the Next Phase of NegotiationsAnton Muscatelli
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Brexit Roundup: Human Rights and the Draft Withdrawal AgreementNicole Busby
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Brexit Roundup: Free Movement and the Limits of EU Citizenship
Niamh Nic Shuibhne
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Brexit Roundup: Migration PolicySarah Kyambi
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Brexit Roundup: The SNP and a Second Independence ReferendumIain Macwhirter
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Brexit Roundup: Avoiding a Hard Irish BorderKaty Hayward
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Brexit Roundup: Uncertain Future for Scotland and Devolution
Anthony Salamone
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Brexit Roundup: Over the Transition HurdleFabian Zuleeg
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Brexit Roundup: Overview – UK Politics AdriftKirsty Hughes
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Brexit Roundup: The Scottish Conservatives and the Brexit ChallengeDavid Torrance
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Deepening Political Divisions and Exacerbating Peripherality: Scotland, Northern Ireland and Brexit
Kirsty Hughes and Katy Hayward
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Brexit, Northern Ireland and Scotland: Comparing Political Dynamics and Prospects in the Two ‘Remain’ Areas
Kirsty Hughes and Katy Hayward
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Brexit Endgame: Uncertainty Mounts in Face of Deep Tory DividesKirsty Hughes
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Brexit – Scotland, the UK and EU27: Key Issues 
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Brexit – Scotland, the UK and EU27: Key Issues 
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Banquo’s Ghost: the Growth Commission, the EU and Scottish IndependenceKirsty Hughes
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Cyprus Problem: Running Out of Time?Kirsty Hughes
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EU’s Mounting Challenges: Pan-EU Solutions Vital But AbsentDavid Gow
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Scotland and Brexit: is Damage Limitation a Good Strategy?Kirsty Hughes
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UK Must Accept Consequences of Becoming a Third CountryDanuta Hübner
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In the Face of Brexit, Relations between Ireland and Scotland Are Only StrengtheningPaul Gillespie
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Time the EU Took a Rational, Strategic Approach to MigrationGiles Merritt
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British Fudge: Where Now for the Future UK-EU Framework?Anton Muscatelli
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Migration and Populism: The EU Needs a Progressive, Values-Based ApproachAlison Anderson
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Chequers: ‘Soft’ Brexit or Just Any Brexit?Kirsty Hughes
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Brexit: Heading to a Deal or No Deal While UK Politics Implodes?Kirsty Hughes
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Theresa May Has No Choice but to Obey Jacob Rees-MoggBrendan Donnelly
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The UK’s White Paper Raises Many Questions and Crosses EU Red LinesDanuta Hübner
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Labour, the SNP, a People’s Vote and a Brexit DealKirsty Hughes
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Brexit: Debunking the Myths about the EU PositionFabian Zuleeg
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Stalled Progress on Brexit and Talk of No Deal Are Causes for ConcernDanuta Hübner
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Blind Deal Brexit BeckonsAnton Muscatelli
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Defending an Independent Scotland Post-BrexitRichard Marsh
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Time for the SNP to Get on the Front Foot on BrexitKirsty Hughes
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After Salzburg: Time for Realistic UK Proposals on the Irish Border and Future RelationsDanuta Hübner
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The UK’s Chronic Brexit CrisisKirsty Hughes
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Post-Brexit Immigration Policy: The Implications of Sajid Javid’s ProposalsEve Hepburn
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Backstops, UK Politics and Getting to a Brexit DealKirsty Hughes
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Merkel’s Toxic LegacyGiles Merritt
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Brexit as the Deadline Looms: German and Scottish Views 
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The UK, EU and Brexit: Where and What Next? 
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Brexit Deal Series: The Westminster Politics Could Be Unpredictable to the End
Anthony Salamone
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Brexit Deal Series: Ireland’s Great Brexit Achievement – and Challenges AheadPaul McGrade
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Brexit Deal Series: EU Capitals Want Shot of BrexitDavid Gow
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Brexit Deal Series: The EU27 Remain United on BrexitQuentin Peel
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Brexit and Scotland – the Row over the BackstopKirsty Hughes
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Brexit Deal Series: Which Brexit Deal: Mad, Implausible, Plausible or Desirable?Anton Muscatelli
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Brexit Deal Series: The Draft Withdrawal Agreement and Citizens’ RightsRebecca Zahn
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Political Declaration: ‘Canada Dry’ or ‘Turkey Plus’?Kirsty Hughes
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Commons’ Brexit Choices Narrowing as Clock Ticks DownKirsty Hughes
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The Brexit Endgame: Key Challenges Ahead – Perspectives from Germany, Ireland and ScotlandKirsty Hughes
171
Europe and Brexit: 10 Things to Watch in 2019 from SCER
Kirsty Hughes and Anthony Salamone
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The Politics of Halting BrexitKirsty Hughes
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The EU Must Reform the EurozoneDavid Gow
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The UK’s Brexit BreakdownKirsty Hughes
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A Route Out of the Brexit Crisis?Jim Gallagher
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Failing UK Politics Must be Called to AccountKirsty Hughes
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What Future for May’s Brexit ‘Renegotiation’?
Anthony Salamone
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The Costs of Brexit for ScotlandDavid Gow
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What Future for the EU – and Where Does Scotland Fit In? 
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What Comes after ‘No Deal’?Tobias Lock
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Brexit and Scottish Independence: Two Sides of the Same Coin?Kirsty Hughes
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Brexit, Scottish Independence and Leaving a Union: Lessons to Learn?Kirsty Hughes
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GM Foods, the US-UK Trade Negotiations and Scottish Food Production: A Heady MixDavid Bell
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The Endless Uncertainties of BrexitKirsty Hughes
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Brexit Showdown: Deal, No Deal, No BrexitKirsty Hughes
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Brexit and The Politics of Extending Article 50Kirsty Hughes
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An Independent Scotland in the EU: Timing and ChallengesKirsty Hughes
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The Future of Europe: Disruption, Continuity and Change 
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Future of Europe: Scottish and German Strategies and Interests
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European Elections: UK’s Ever More Fractured Politics
Anthony Salamone
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European Elections: Brexit and the EU’s Top PostsDavid Gow
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An Industrial Strategy for EuropeKirsty Hughes
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Brexit by 31st October: Another Unlikely PromiseKirsty Hughes
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Annual Review 2018-2019 
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Scotland’s European and International Policies: Time for a Strategic ApproachKirsty Hughes
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Brexit, the UK and Scottish Independence: Heading Towards a Split?Kirsty Hughes
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Prime Minister Johnson: Brexit and the EU27’s Perspective
Anthony Salamone
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Brexit and the UK’s Unsavoury Government of all the KnavesKirsty Hughes
199
Fighting Over No Deal – the UK’s Failing PoliticsKirsty Hughes
200
Brexit Scenarios: What Might Happen Next?Eve Hepburn
201
Brexit and the UK’s Political ImplosionKirsty Hughes
202
Europe’s New Industrial Strategy Taking ShapeDavid Gow
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Brexit Countdown?Kirsty Hughes
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Scotland’s Engagement in the European Union: Insights from Third Countries and Regions
Anthony Salamone
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A Bad Brexit Deal – and Then?Kirsty Hughes
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An Injury-Time Winner? Maybe, but Brexit is still a lose-lose gameAnton Muscatelli
207
Brexit, Independence & the Election – Scotland’s DebateKirsty Hughes
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1989 Germany Re-imagined as a Tale of English-US UnificationKirsty Hughes
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Can Tactical Voting Stop Brexit?David Gow
210
Brexit and the Election: Lots of Noise, Little ClarityKirsty Hughes
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Independence, Scotland and EU Accession: Challenges Ahead?Kirsty Hughes
212
Post-Election: Where Next for a Divided, Diminished UK?Kirsty Hughes
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When the Middle Ground came Centre Stage: What do the results of the Brexit election mean for the constitutional debate in Northern Ireland?Ben Rosher
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10 Predictions for the EU in 2020Kirsty Hughes
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Scotland’s European Choices as UK Exits the EUKirsty Hughes
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Scotland, the UK and the EU: a parting of the ways?Kirsty Hughes
217
Influencing the European Green Deal and Industrial Strategy: Leaders and Laggards among Small EU StatesDavid Gow
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Ireland as a small state success story in Europe?Ben Tonra
219
Scottish and European: Scottish Civil Society Statement on Brexit Day
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Brexit, Scotland and EuropeKirsty Hughes
221
Smaller States’ Strategies and Influencing in the EU: Lessons and Choices for Scotland?Kirsty Hughes
222
Brexit and the Paradoxes of European SecurityBenjamin Martill
223
The Fast Track Queue for EU Membership: Scotland versus the Western BalkansJames Ker-Lindsay
224
Small States in the Modern World: Opportunities and VulnerabilitiesMichael Keating
225
Deeper Integration and Constructive Engagement as Vehicles for Finnish Influence?Juha Jokela
226
Smaller States’ Strategies and Influence in an EU of 27: Lessons for ScotlandKirsty Hughes
227
Lessons for Scotland from the EU’s Enlargement to Central and Eastern EuropeKirsty Hughes
228
Negotiating EU accession: Lessons for an Independent ScotlandTobias Lock
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Devolution and Alignment with EU LawsNicola McEwen
230
Transition from the UK and to the EUFabian Zuleeg
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What Representation Would an Independent Scotland have in the EU?Steve Bullock
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Borders: Free Movement and the Common Travel AreaImelda Maher
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The Economics of the Scotland-rUK BorderDavid Bell
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The EU’s Fiscal Criteria: Debt, Deficit and Currency QuestionsDavid Gow
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A Return to the Common Fisheries Policy?John Connolly
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Justice and Home AffairsKenneth Campbell
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Scotland’s Accession and the EU’s Common Foreign, Security and Defence PoliciesDaniel Kenealy
238
Lessons from the EFTA Enlargement: How Would the EU Accession Process Look Today?Saila Heinikoski
239
An Independent Scotland in the EU: Issues for Accession
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Borders: Lessons from IrelandKaty Hayward
241
Sweden has Found a Comfortable Home in the EU – for now
Kenneth MacArthur
242
Small States and Institutional Change: the Lesson of BrexitTomáš Weiss
243
Coronavirus Crisis, Brexit and Scottish IndependenceKirsty Hughes
244
The EU in Corona Times: Where Next?Kirsty Hughes
245
Scotland, the UK and Brexit: Changing Politics at a Time of CrisisKirsty Hughes
246
What Future for Scotland’s Media post-Corona Crisis?David Gow
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How will the Covid 19 Crisis Impact on UK and Scottish Politics, including on Brexit and on the Independence in the EU debate?Michael Gray
248
Can the EU Survive the Virus?David Gow
249
Scotland’s Shifting Politics of the Covid-19 CrisisKirsty Hughes
   
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Covid-19 and a Fracturing UKKirsty Hughes
251
Independence in the EU in the Covid Era: Prospects for ScotlandKirsty Hughes
252
Announcement from SCER’s DirectorKirsty Hughes
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Where Next for Scotland and Brexit: Four ChallengesKirsty Hughes
254
A Centenary, A Protocol and a Potential Poll: Northern Ireland 2021Mark Devenport
255
Brexit, UK Influence and Scottish Independence after the Biden VictoryKirsty Hughes
256
European Union Views of the UK post-Brexit and of the Future EU-UK RelationshipKirsty Hughes
257
Brexit: Adieu or Au revoir?Giles Merritt
258
The UK’s European Question is Far From OverKirsty Hughes
259
England’s Scotland Panic – What is to be Done?Kirsty Hughes
260
A More Compelling European Narrative and Strategy for ScotlandKirsty Hughes
261
The UK’s European and Constitutional Challenges CollideKirsty Hughes
262
EU Views of the Salmond-Sturgeon SagaKirsty Hughes
263
Indy Ref 2: Legal or Constitutional?Michael Keating
264
Three EU challenges for ScotlandTobias Lock
265
‘Global Britain’ or ‘Global England’: Why the UK’s new foreign policy won’t go down well in ScotlandKirsty Hughes
266
Music & the Performing Arts: A Sector in JeopardyAlastair MacColl
267
Five European Questions in the Scottish ElectionsKirsty Hughes
268
Economic Policy Challenges for the Next Scottish Government – post-Covid, post-BrexitGraeme Roy
269
Brexit, Ideology and the Decline of the British StateKirsty Hughes
270
Scotland’s European Links amidst Greener Prospects in EuropeDavid Gow
271
Scotland’s Elections and the Fragmenting UKKirsty Hughes
272
Where Now for Scotland and Europe?Kirsty Hughes
273
Where Next for England, Europe and the Union?Glen O’Hara
274
Scotland’s European Relations: Where Next?Kirsty Hughes
275
Scotland as a Good Global Citizen: Small Time Donor but Growing Soft Power Influencer?Jane Salmonson
276
After the Brexit Protocol: Northern Ireland Plagued By More InstabilityMark Devenport
277
Welsh Politics: Coming of AgeAuriol Miller
278
Independence and the Border: Some Key QuestionsKirsty Hughes
279
Message from the DirectorKirsty Hughes

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Dr Kirsty Hughes is Director of the Scottish Centre on European Relations. She is a researcher, writer and commentator on European politics and policy, and she previously worked for a number of leading European think tanks.