Books & Articles

Scotland's New Choice: Independence after Brexit

18 March 2021 | Centre on Constitutional Change

A new ebook from the Centre on Constitutional Change 'Scotland's New Choice: Independence after Brexit' where 25 leading academics address the question of what independence means for Scotland after Brexit.

Books & Articles

Brexit and the union: Territorial voice, exit and re-entry strategies in Scotland and Northern Ireland after EU exit

12 March 2021 | Nicola McEwen, Mary C. Murphy

Article from Nicola McEwen and Mary C Murphy examining the impact of Brexit on the internal boundaries and territorial future of the UK, with a focus on Scotland and Northern Ireland

Books & Articles

Taking back control? Brexit and the territorial constitution of the United Kingdom

2 February 2021 | Michael Keating

Article from Michael Keating discussing the territorial tensions exacerbated by Brexit in Scotland and Northern Ireland, and responses to these tensions.

Reports & Briefings

Brexit and Beyond

19 January 2021 | Centre on Constitutional Change

Report from UK in a Changing Europe, underlining the challenges and opportunities that confront the United Kingdom now it has left the European Union.

Books & Articles

Has the European Union empowered the regions? A pre- and post-Brexit preliminary investigation of the United Kingdom

11 January 2021 | Giada Laganà

Giada Lagana provides an account of how empowering and disempowering structures in the interacted with at a European level and the disempowering issues Brexit presents for the UK's territorial and constitutional future.

Books & Articles

Issues of Sovereignty: Redefining Politics in Scotland

4 January 2021 | David McCrone, Michael Keating

Using new data from the British Election Study, David McCrone and Michael Keating show how public opinion in Scotland is polarizing around the constitutional issues of Scottish independence and Europe.

Books & Articles

The European Union and the Northern Ireland Peace Process

4 December 2020 | Giada Laganà

CCC's Giada Lagana's book 'The European Union and the Northern Ireland Peace Process' examines the economic and political contributions of the EU to the Northern Ireland peace process, tracing the genesis of EU involvement since 1979 and analysing how it acted as an arena in which to foster dialogue and positive cooperation.