Finding the Ways Forward on Kashmir

In the second of our blog series on majority nationalism, Dr Nitasha Kaul (University of Westminster) shares her personal and academic reflections on the ongoing crisis in Kashmir.

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Is Tory unionism the greatest obstacle to Brexit?

Michael Kenny argues that, far from introducing a destabilising element to an otherwise sound constitutional set-up, Brexit has instead amplified and accelerated the debate about the UK’s territorial constitution.

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Towards a Devolution Backstop? UK government-devolved government relations after Brexit

Two years after the invocation of Article 50, Nicola McEwen analyses the state of relations between London and the devolved administrations.

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