Blog| 16/10/2023
Professor Camilla Toulmin writes about Africa-Scotland relations and her work on sound policies and substantial action.
Blog| 06/10/2023
David Gow reflects on the The EU and the Brexit Negotiations RSE and Europa Institute event with Professor Brigid Laffan and Dr. Stefaan de Rynck.
Blog| 26/09/2023
Degrees, and indeed all forms of tertiary education, are evaluated by the extent to which they lead to jobs. British Prime
Blog| 27/09/2023
Professor Michael Keating argues that the promise of Brexit was to ‘take back control’ and establish the sovereignty and supremacy of the UK Parliament and people.
Blog| 17/08/2023
With Brexit's impact on borders, Dr Kirsty Hughes FRSE discusses what might lie ahead for the England-Scotland border in the instance of an independent Scotland.
Blog| 16/08/2023
Lessons for Scotland's potential EU membership. Katy Hayward discusses the Windsor Framework in relation to the Irish/Northern Irish Protocol for border management.
Blog| 21/07/2023
Professor Chris Quine considers how woodlands can provide for future generations while responding to the climate and biodiversity crises and the needs of society.
Blog| 19/07/2023
Financial services post-Brexit; Rebecca Christie remarks that the UK still expects preferential treatment, while the EU demands reciprocity.
Blog| 05/07/2023
Graham Bishop argues that three years after leaving the EU, the UK finance sector still awaits the promised gains.
Blog| 21/06/2023
Professor Rebecca Kay discusses policy options for Scotland to increase inward migration and boost economic growth and diversity.
Blog| 16/06/2023
Professor Raffaella Ocone stresses that collaboration between the UK and EU is vital for successful energy transition and reaching Net Zero goals.
Blog| 13/06/2023
There is still time to act in ways that will protect natural ecosystems, but solutions require a more nuanced understanding, argues Professor Anne Magurran