This last week has seen the unedifying spectacle of not one, but two, social media stramashes focusing on the indyref participation of individual women.
Many years ago I was a junior member of the British team negotiating the United Kingdom’s membership of the EC.
Michael Keating discusses debates by the Scottish Parliament’s European and External Affairs Committee and Westminster’s Scottish Affairs Committee.
It is clear talking to voters around Scotland that they have real difficulties in putting the claims of both sides in the referendum debate into perspective.
I have spoken about gender equality, care policy and its relevance to the referendum on Scottish independence in a series of recent events aimed at non-academic audiences:
Scottish Affairs Committee - Twelfth Report
What is the best way to forecast the outcome of the Scottish referendum on independence?
Kirsteen Shields discusses Scotland's role in the EU, noting that European experts say Scotland should “pursue whichever pathway is most likely to ensure her continued membership of the EU”.
European and External Relations Committee2nd Report, 2014 (Session 4)
This report is a summary of the second seminar in the series Security in Scotland, with or without constitutional change. It was led by academics from the University of Edinburgh with part