In a blog originally published at the UK in a Changing Europe, Professor Nicola McEwen discusses the implications of Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson's resignation.
The Scottish Conservatives have a new leader, but it will be difficult for the Scottish Conservatives to revive their success of 2016.
Has the Conservative Party abandoned its unionist heritage to focus on other goals?
CCC's Nicola McEwen, David Bell and Associate Fellow Akash Paun gave evidence to the House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee discussing the impact of coronavirus on Scotland.
Voting takes place later this week on 'Our Shared Future' Programme for Government - agreed between Ireland's Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and the Green Party.
Coree Brown Swan and Daniel Cetrà, Fellows at the Centre on Constitutional Change, reflect on how Unionist voices have made the case for state unity during the Covid19 pandemi
Scottish politics is stuck in a constitutional rut in which issues are viewed through a narrow independence/Union prism.
In a recent article for Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, Coree Brown Swan (University of Edinburgh) and Daniel Cetrà (University of Aberdeen) compare unionism and nationalism in the UK and Spai
Katy Hayward, Queen's University Belfast, discusses Brexit and the Irish border, and the lessons Scotland can learn from this.
As part of Scottish Centre on European Relations report 'An Independent Scotland in the EU: Issues for Accession', Nicola McEwen, University of Edinburgh, explains the challenges the Scottish g