Guest blog by Francesca Dickson, Cardiff University
The Home Secretary is disingenuous to claim that an independent Scotland would be left out of the loop on our island’s security, writes Dr Andrew Neal in the 12 November 2013 edition of
The 7th paper in the Scotland analysis programme, ‘Scotland analysis: Security’ looks into the UK’s approach to security and the potential consequences of Scottish independence.
The Scottish Parliament – or perhaps more accurately the Scottish Parliament Building – is a complex proposition.
Writing in the Herald, Dr Colin Fleming explores the defence capacity of an independent Scotland in light of the report issued by Secretary of State for Defence, Philip Hammond which suggests secur
The contours of the referendum debate have become clear with a year to go before the vote. Agreement has been reached on the question to be asked.
Dr Andrew Neal blogs from the Festival of Politics 2013