Sarah Nason of Bangor University, after referring to the Welsh government’s view that the present position cannot continue, shows how Wales is developing its own sub-state constitution and where that might lead.
Nicola McEwen of Edinburgh University, against a pluralist conception of nationhood, places under scrutiny the unity of the United Kingdom and identifies powerful forces of disunity threatening the whole.
How can we know if the peace that has been established following conflicts is stable? Professor Richard Caplan, from Oxford University, examines this question in his new book.
Frank Vibert, OXGS Fellow, provides a concise summary of the key concepts and ideas of his new book, in which ‘comity’ serves as the general framework in depicting a normative approach to international rulemaking.
Professor Richard Caplan, from Oxford University, offers observations on a normative approach to the “new cold war”, questioning cooperation between like-minded democracies as a solution to issues of global governance.
Professor Michael Gordon, from Liverpool University, emphasises the need of going beyond the binary distinction between Parliamentary Sovereignty and Federalism in discussing the unity of the UK.