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Aug 25 2016

Monsters in the Mist: The Elusive Quest for Financial Security in Scotland post-Brexit

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By Faye Donnelly and William Vlcek   It is easy to become disillusioned, confused and even fanciful when trying to envision Scotland’s financial security in the aftermath of the Brexit vote. With a leap of imagination it is possible to … Continue reading

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Mar 24 2014

(Mis)understanding the public? An independent Scotland and the EU

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By Jan Eichhorn and Daniel Kenealy Scotland’s debate on its constitutional future has frequently focused on its future role within the EU. Despite uncertainty about the precise terms of an independent Scotland’s EU membership we show that the issue is … Continue reading

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Mar 11 2014

Catalan Separatism, a European Problem

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By Marcus Pučnik Both Catalonia and Scotland are looking towards a referendum on independence later this year, Scotland on September 18 and Catalonia on November 9.  If independent, they both would like to join the European Union, yet the official … Continue reading

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