On Monday 12 April, Michael Keating will launch his new book State and Nation in the United Kingdom: The Fractured Union.
The future of the Union in the UK has been widely debated in recent months, and with the Scottish and Welsh elections on the horizon, discussions around independence are at the top of the agenda.
Independence looks set to dominate the Scottish elections in May. But what would independence mean for Scotland after Brexit and Covid-19?
Scotland's New Choice: Independence after Brexit
Edited by Eve Hepburn, Michael Keating and Nicola McEwen
Recent months have seen a surge of public interest in the future constitutional shape of the United Kingdom.
In this guest blog, Stephen Gethins provides an overview of his new book 'Nation to Nation: Scotland's Place in the World' exploring Scotland's "foreign policy footprint
Alistair Clark (Newcastle University) on the legislation and timing governing a second Scottish independence referendum arguing that the vote is very unlikely to happen in 202
From their recently published article, Judith Sijstermans (University of Birmingham) and Coree Brown Swan (Cen
On 1 October 2017, Catalans went to the polls to vote on independence. Catalan independentists called for international, particularly European, support.