Kurir

Macedonian national newspaper. The article discusses the implications of the proposed name change to Macedonian national identity with reference to Scotland’s experience as part of the United Kingdom. 

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E-International Relations

E-International Relations (E-IR) is the world’s leading open access website for students and scholars of international politics, featuring high quality scholarly content and student-facing resources. The website was established in November 2007, and is recommended by leading academics and practitioners from around the world. We reach over 3 million unique readers per year. Would Churchill […]

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ConservativeHome

“ConservativeHome was founded by Tim Montgomerie on Easter Monday 2005 to champion the interests of grassroots Tory members and to argue for a broad conservatism that is as serious about social justice as it is about economic competitiveness. Our main current campaign is for Homes Jobs and Savings, and the shields on our masthead help to represent it.

We are independent of the Conservative Party but supportive of it. ConservativeHome is owned by Michael Ashcroft and co-founded by Stephan Shakespeare.”

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DEN OF GEEK

Den Of Geek is dedicated to serving the interests of today’s entertainment enthusiast. Reaching over 7 million unique users every month, our readers are core fans and casual viewers, male and female, 18 to 49 in the US, UK, and around the world. Our audience is passionate about their entertainment choices and highly influential amongst family […]

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FRINGEREVIEW

FringeReview is the reviews publication that actively seeks out good theatre. Established in 2006, FringeReview is a team of writers, performers, directors, producers and theatre practioners who are passionate about theatre. Review | Burton’s Last Call Review | The Rules: Sex, Lies and Serial Killers Review | The Shawshank Redemption  Review | The Picture of […]

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Scottish History Network

“The purpose of the Scottish History Network is, fundamentally, to provide as much information as possible regarding what is happening in the field. We hope to be able to share new research and historical writing, promote opportunities, answer questions and encourage debate and discussion.” Alastair Stewart: Historical Amnesia and the Myth of Westminster Control

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THE EDINBURGH REPORTER

Scottish teacher launches petition for MPs for expats The 10 best bookshops in Edinburgh Lights, Camera, Salmond! Opinion – Kevin Spacey has betrayed his fans too Does Edinburgh’s recycling policy discriminate against the elderly?

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