Vol. 22 Nbr. 1-2, March - March 2014
- Independence after the crash: the financial crisis has transformed the debate over Scottish independence--to the disadvantage of the SNP.
- The left and Scottish nationalism: the origins and implications of the left's dalliance with Scottish independence.
- Whose Britain is it anyway? The blindsides of British Labour and the left: whatever the outcome of the 2014 referendum, the debate on Scottish independence requires Labour to rethink its relationship with the territorial dimensions of the British state.
- After the referendum: why it can't be business as usual: the incorporation of the Scottish campaign for self-government into a broader federalist agenda could enable a democratic revival in the UK, to the benefit of the left.
- A house of cards? The failure to find a stable devolution settlement in Wales: an audit of Wales' evolving devolution settlement reveals confusion, inconsistency and short-termism at the heart of Labour's policy-making.
- Rise now and be a nation again? The politics of Englishness.
- The reform of public services: the One Nation agenda.
- 'An auction of fear': the Scotland in Europe referendum, 1975: an earlier referendum in which Scotland's place in a larger political union was at stake.
- The politics of public spending: a 2030 vision.
- Blue Labour and nostalgia: the politics of tradition.
- Principles or practicalities? Salvaging House of Lords reform: after yet another failed attempt, what could be done now to reform the House of Lords?
- The Italian left at a crossroads: the Italian Democratic Party's struggle to formulate a clear identity, ideology and political strategy.
- Scotland's future--really?
- The nationalist interpretation of Scottish history.
- Now what?