Kirsty Hughes on whether a compromise will finally be patched together or whether an EU-UK trade war is really looming. Continue reading EU-UK Relations Nose-Dive as Northern Ireland Protocol Stand-Off Heats Up
With reference to the impact of Brexit, Kirsty Hughes, Director of the Scottish Centre of European Relations, investigates why a mature debate on Union and Scottish independence is not on the horizon for the UK. Continue reading England’s Scotland Panic – What is to be Done?
Kirsty Hughes argues that the UK is destined to become a satellite of the EU, and writes that the issue of Europe has become an ‘unending question’ for the whole of the UK. Continue reading The UK’s European Question is Far From Over
UCL academics from a variety of perspectives reflect on the results of the US Election. Continue reading European Reflections on the US Elections
In this long-read, Kirsty Hughes, Director of the Scottish Centre of European Relations, discusses which strategies, tactics and alliances the Scottish Government should pursue, in order to develop its European strategy and build networks and influence post-Brexit. Continue reading Smaller States’ Strategies and Influencing in the EU: Lessons and Choices for Scotland