In a blog written for the CCC Summer School, Susann Simolin takes stock of whether the Åland Islands have maintained their autonomy after Finland joined the European Union.
The territorial conflict in the Spanish region of Catalonia reached its peak in October 2017.
As the dust settles on the Scottish elections, Kurt Mills, Andrea Birdsall and Naomi McAuliffe reflect on the manifesto co
Professor Juliet Kaarbo, Professor Peter Jackson and Professor Phillips O’Brien discuss the potential of a Scottish Council on Global Affairs:- what it is, what it would do and the level of cro
Recent months have seen a surge of public interest in the future constitutional shape of the United Kingdom.
Catalan regional election took place on Sunday (14 February) with pro-independence parties increasing their overall majority.
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.
In this, our last installment from our collaboration with H-Natio
Judith Sijsterman details how the Flemish sub-state approach has incorporated populist narratives and how this populist turn has led to the adoption of an id