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The publication of the annual GERS report has sparked the usual ill-tempered debate, but what can we reasonably take from GERS? David ..read more
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When devolution started, the civil service was not fully let go by the UK Government. It was called the ‘Scottish Executive’, a ..read more
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Ahead of Canada's federal elections, André Lecours of the University of Ottawa assesses the prospects of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ..read more
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Dr Antje Brown of St Andrew’s University reflects on the Scottish Government’s climate change agenda at a time of climate emergency ..read more
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CCC Fellow Richard Parry (University of Edinburgh) discusses the ‘turbocharging’ of preparations to avoid the ‘undemocratic ..read more
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In a guest blog, Canadian political scientist Jean-François Dupré argues that Hong Kong's rule of law myth cannot exist in the absence ..read more
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Wilfried Swenden examines the 2019 Indian general elections and asks was it the demise of political federalism?    The 2019 Indian ..read more
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Richard Parry discusses the advent of the new UK Prime Minister and the likely impact of his singular personal style The desire to save ..read more
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  Boris Johnson’s trip to Edinburgh was accompanied by an announcement of £300 million in spending for the three devolved nations, ..read more
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Professor Paul Cairney (University of Stirling) examines the effectiveness of policymaking by the Scottish Parliament since 1999.   The ..read more

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