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In February 2019, the CCC hosted an international workshop on majority nationalism in plurinational states. Over two days, participants presented their findings from a diverse range of countries. Over the coming weeks, we will share a series of blogs with these findings. In this installment, Dr Nita... Read more
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In February 2019, the CCC hosted an international workshop on majority nationalism in plurinational states. Over two days, participants presented their findings from a diverse range of countries. Over the coming weeks, we will share a series of blogs with these findings. Today, Jean-François Dupré e... Read more
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David McCrone is Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Edinburgh and co-founder of the University's  Institute of Governance in 1999.  He has written extensively on the sociology and politics of Scotland, and the comparative study of nationalism.   Here, in a major new study,  he discusses... Read more
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Is liberalism really compatible with nationalism? Are there limits to linguistic nation-building policies? What arguments justify the imposition of national languages? This book addresses these questions by examining the linguistic disputes in Catalonia and Flanders, two major cases of sub-state nat... Read more
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Is liberalism really compatible with nationalism? Are there limits to linguistic nation-building policies? What arguments justify the imposition of national languages? This book addresses these questions by examining the linguistic disputes in Catalonia and Flanders, two major cases of sub-state nat... Read more
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The UK Government’s immigration plans could reduce the number of workers in Scotland by up to five per cent over the next two decades, an expert panel has warned.  That is in contrast to the rest of the UK, where the working age population will grow even as UK policy changes cut the number of migran... Read more
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How to conceptualise energy law and policy for an interdisciplinary audience: the case of post-Brexit UK by Paul Cairney, Nicola McEwen, Aileen McHarg and Karen Turner.    Interdisciplinary energy research is essential. It advances our understanding of potential transitions from high to low carbon e... Read more
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The 2020 Climate and Energy Package saw the EU become an increasingly important actor in climate and energy policy.  It set the legal and regulatory framework within which governments at every level across the 28 member states have developed their own policies. The EU has promoted and financed low c... Read more
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After three years of work, the International Panel on Social Progress has published a  three-volume report by on key challenges to society in the twentieth century. Volume 2 includes a section of The Paradoxes of Democracy and the Rule of Law coordinated by Donatella della Porta (Scuola Normale Supe... Read more
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  The United Kingdom’s Evolving Constitution   Michael Keating   La Evolución de le los modelos territoriales: Reformulación versus ruptura.           La teoria general de los derechos fundamentales en sus nuevos territorios y ensamblajes                      Edited: Paloma Requejo Rodríguez  
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