independence – self-determination – autonomy

  • Commentary

    The Manknell Doctrine

    I was struck by an editorial in the Senscot Bulletin by Laurence Demarco, a seasoned observer of the Third Sector world of NGOs, social enterprises […]

    Alastair McIntosh 4th Mar'18 18
  • Commentary

    Berlin Dreams

    Reflections on humanness and dehumanisation by Paul Tritschler on what Kurt Vonnegut – an eyewitness to the Dresden raid described as ‘the greatest massacre in […]

    Paul Tritschler 4th Mar'18 7
  • History
    4th Mar'18 5
  • Commentary

    Bordering On The Ludicrous

    Gordon Guthrie on the ongoing Brexit farce and the hypocrisy and shambles of the Westminster Government’s Irish policy. “We’ve got them right where they want […]

    Gordon Guthrie 3rd Mar'18 9
  • Commentary

    Independent Futures

    David Jamieson and Jonathon Shafi raise some of the biggest, yet little discussed, challenges that lie ahead for the independence movement and confront the difficult […]

    David Jamieson and Jonathon Shafi 3rd Mar'18 55
  • Commentary

    40 Years Of Sobering-Up

    Clare Galloway reflects on her personal – and our national relationship with alcohol. People who drink too much, by definition, can’t appreciate the damage they […]

    Clare Galloway 2nd Mar'18 57
  • Commentary

    On the Road to Nowhere

    This was the Prime Ministers Road to Brexit speech, meant to be the crescendo of a series of public performances to put us all at […]

    Mike Small 2nd Mar'18 13
  • Media

    Fake News

    A timely deconstruction of how Fake News operates in the UK and how the right-wing press has jumped from one propaganda model to another from […]

    Mike Small 2nd Mar'18 4
  • Renewable Energy
    Katie Laing 1st Mar'18 25
  • Commentary

    Start with a Single Step

    So, let’s imagine ourselves in the not-too-distant future. We’ve fought another independence referendum and, this time, we’ve won. Scotland shall be an independent country. What […]

    Craig Dalzell 28th Feb'18 35
  • Commentary
    Ewen McLachlan 28th Feb'18 5
  • Brexit

    Crossing the Brexit Borders

    Contempt for the north of England, as well as the devolved nations is at the root of the Brexit crisis, argues Mike Small. As the […]

    Mike Small 27th Feb'18 7
  • Climate Change

    Snow Show

    Weather-hysteria is with us again. Snow-blindness. It’s February and it’s quite cold in Scotland and that’s the news, followed by ‘the weather’. Something has shifted […]

    Mike Small 27th Feb'18 11
  • Events

    Strategic Thinking

    The Radical Independence Campaign welcomes the recent series of Yes workshops, following last November’s successful ‘Bridges to Indy’ conference.  These are undertaking the necessary grassroots […]

    27th Feb'18 5

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