The upcoming referendum on the independence of Scotland from the United Kingdom has brought out many pundits, each with their own “evidence” on why Scotland should or should not leave the Union. In this article, Alochonaa’s incoming European Affairs Editor Mr. Chris Elcombe filters through the standard nationalist rhetoric and evaluates the political and economic problems and benefits associated with Scottish independence, and draws a complicated picture of the potentially independent Scotland’s chances on delivering better outcomes for its residents.
Dear Readers, We are glad to announce that from next Wednesday, we are going to launch Alochonaa’s first ever ‘the Nationalism debate’ series. For this phase we’ve selected the case of Scotland’s Independence. Scotland, currently a part of the United Kingdom is hosting a referendum on 18th September […]