Federalism in Canada and devolution in the United Kingdom both face emerging challenges. Questions exist over the right level of social solidarity and welfare.
André Lecours, University of Ottawa, discusses how for the first time in decades, there is uncertainty about a new Canadian government's vision of federalism.
Anyone watching the Labour leadership’s refusal to rule out a post-election agreement with the SNP, would be forgiven for thinking such an arrangement was unique.
This article first appeared in The Herald
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