Yesterday there was a symbolic and non-binding vote on independence in Catalonia. In a festive atmosphere, 2.3 million Catalans made their way to polling stations.
The effects of the independence referendum are playing out beyond Holyrood, Westminster and the party conferences.
In a blog originally posted on The Conversation, Dani Cetra examines perspectives from Catalonia.
In a blog originally published by the L
With two weeks to go until the independence referendum it is perhaps worth looking at what was happening in the final weeks of the 1995 referendum on sovereignty partnership in Quebec to see if the
UK-Irish interdependence today can provide valuable insights for Scottish-UK border relations, as some of the interdependences and the management of these could also apply to Scottish-UK border rel
Professor Nicola McEwen published a research briefing today on A nordic mode
This week, we are highlighting the contributions of our fellows to Scotland's Decision: 16 Questions to think about for the referendum on 18 September.
Academics gathered in Edinburgh to discuss the concept of borders. Dani Cetra sums up the event.