Scotland’s post-Brexit perspectives
International Politics and Society · 10 February 2020

What would it take for Scotland to rejoin the EU as an independent state?
LSE Brexit · 3 February 2020

LSE Brexit · 23 January 2020

Battle of the Mandate: Defining the Dispute over a New Scottish Independence Referendum
Democratic Audit · 15 January 2020

Scottish Foreign Policy in the Brexit Era
E-International Relations ∙ 15 January 2020

What a Scottish Independence Referendum in 2020 Would Mean
LSE British Politics and Policy ∙ 19 November 2019

The EU’s New Leadership: Imperative to Overcome Europe’s Uncertain Politics
European Futures · 28 October 2019

Prime Minister Johnson: Brexit and the EU27’s Perspective
Scottish Centre on European Relations · 24 July 2019

European Elections: Brexit and the EU’s Top Posts
Scottish Centre on European Relations · 28 May 2019

Scotland and Europe: State of the Debate on Brexit
Cyprus Center for European and International Affairs · 3 April 2019

What Future for May’s Brexit ‘Renegotiation’?
Scottish Centre on European Relations · 5 February 2019

Brexit Deal Series: The Westminster Politics Could Be Unpredictable to the End
Scottish Centre on European Relations · 16 November 2018

Europeismo: l’equilibrio tra diversitá ed obbiettivi
Centro Studi di Politica Internazionale (CeSPI) · 16 October 2018

Brexit’s Long Shadow over Devolution
Public Sector Executive · 18 June 2018

Brexit Roundup: Uncertain Future for Scotland and Devolution
Scottish Centre on European Relations · 16 April 2018

The Brexit Countdown to Autumn 2018
Scottish Centre on European Relations · 26 February 2018

Macron’s Vision for Europe Sets a Very High Bar
Scottish Centre on European Relations · 28 September 2017

Free Movement is Not a Problem to be Solved
Scottish Centre on European Relations · 21 July 2017

Five Takeaways for Brexit from the General Election
European Futures · 10 June 2017

Why the Current UK-Scotland Constitutional Impasse Was Far from Inevitable
LSE British Politics and Policy Blog · 10 April 2017

Europe after Brexit: Multi-speed or More of the Same?
Scottish Centre on European Relations · 28 March 2017

Brexit Moment: May’s Lancaster House Speech
European Futures · 18 January 2017

Reaction: Scotland’s Place in Europe
European Futures · 20 December 2016

America Decides: Foreign Policy Implications for Europe
European Futures · 9 November 2016

Why It Matters if the European Commission Ends up Leading the Brexit Negotiations
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog · 3 November 2016

Six Unrealistic Brexit Expectations the UK Government Should Avoid
European Futures · 18 October 2016

Brexit: Frequently Asked Questions
European Futures · 27 June 2016

Five Things to Watch For on EU Referendum Day
European Futures · 23 June 2016

Five Things You Need to Know About Brexit
FutureLearn Blog · 23 May 2016

Towards Brexit? The UK’s EU Referendum
European Futures · 19 May 2016

Innovating with Digital Media: Looking Towards the Future of Academia
Crossroads Europe, 9 May 2016

This June’s EU Referendum is Unlikely to be the UK’s Last
European Futures, 13 April 2016

Europe of the Peoples? Perspectives on Integration
Leviathan (University of Edinburgh) · 9 March 2016

Five Comments on Britain’s EU Settlement
European Futures · 22 February 2016

Cameron’s unilateral approach could leave the UK isolated and resented
LSE BrexitVote Blog · 10 February 2016

Cameron’s EU renegotiation will not end awkwardness with Europe
The Student · 18 November 2015

Britain’s EU Renegotiation: Reflections on the Letter
European Futures · 12 November 2015

The External Dimension to Britain’s EU Renegotiation
European Futures · 24 June 2015

Britain’s EU Membership Will Now Be the Subject of Several Years of Negotiation and Debate
LSE British Politics and Policy Blog · 15 May 2015

An Island Adrift?
Leviathan (University of Edinburgh) · 14 April 2015

Citizens of the Union
Leviathan (University of Edinburgh) · 2 December 2014

What does Europe make of Britain?
Edinburgh University European Union Society Blog, 3 November 2014

The UK government must urgently overhaul its EU engagement strategy
LSE British Politics and Policy Blog · 25 July 2014

The European Council should not feel obliged to choose any of the leading candidates as President of the European Commission
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog · 2 June 2014

Should the European Parliament be abolished?
European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) – The Europe Question: Perspectives from the UK · 3 April 2014

Germany’s drive for Eurozone political union underlines the inadequacy of culture-based conceptions of integration
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog · 3 March 2014


Scottish Conservatives and Europe: The Reluctant Brexit Party
‘Ruth Davidson’s Conservatives’: The Scottish Tory Party 2011-2019 · David Torrance (ed)
Edinburgh University Press · 2020 (forthcoming)

Brexit and Scotland’s Independence Debate: New Arguments for Autonomy
Arbroath 1320 – 2020: 700 Years of Fighting for Freedom, Sovereignty, and Independence · Klaus Peter Müller (ed)
Peter Lang · 2 April 2020

Small States and Regions: Evolving Strategies in EU Politics
The Future of Europe: Disruption, Continuity and Change · Kirsty Hughes (ed)
Scottish Centre on European Relations · 6 May 2019


The EU Blueprint: Pathway for Scotland’s Accession to the European Union under Independence
European Merchants · 18 February 2020

Scotland and the Spirit of Europe: Protecting Scotlands European Relations in the Face of Brexit · Launch Report
European Merchants ∙ 30 November 2019

Scotland’s Engagement in the European Union: Insights from Third Countries and Regions
Report Commissioned by the Scottish Parliament Information Centre
for the Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee, Scottish Parliament
Scottish Centre on European Relations · 14 October 2019

Parliamentary Evidence

EU-UK Future Relationship Negotiations: Dire Straits
EU-UK Negotiations Inquiry · Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee
Scottish Parliament · 22 May 2020

Scotland and the UK Internal Market: Challenges of Brexit
UK Internal Market Inquiry · Finance and Constitution Committee
Scottish Parliament · 28 February 2020

Scotland’s European Policy and the Innovation and Investment Hubs
External Affairs Inquiry · Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee
Scottish Parliament · 21 June 2019

The Brexit Countdown: Withdrawal Negotiations, Deal or No Deal and the Future EU-UK Relationship
Article 50: Preparedness Inquiry · Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee
Scottish Parliament · 12 October 2018

The Brexit Negotiations and the Future EU-UK Relationship: Implications for Common Frameworks
Common UK Frameworks Inquiry · Finance and Constitution Committee
Scottish Parliament · 31 August 2018

Media Op-Eds

These are the questions the EU needs to answer after coronavirus
The National · 8 May 2020

Anthony Salamone: Arbroath reminds us of the value of vision
Sunday National · 12 April 2020

Now’s the time to bring Scotland’s EU membership debate up a level
The National · 22 February 2020

It’s clear that post-Brexit UK will fade in shadow of economic giant EU – Anthony Salamone
The Scotsman · 31 January 2020

Anthony Salamone: Why keeping Holyrood’s EU flag matters
The National · 30 January 2020

Anthony Salamone: Scotland Must Embrace the Euro
The National · 23 January 2020

Why Holyrood Must Keep Flying the EU Flag
The National · 18 January 2020

Europe, Scotland and Brexit – What Next?
EUobserver ∙ 10 January 2020

Independent Scotland would be clear candidate to join EU, but it could take years – Anthony Salamone
The Scotsman ∙ 27 December 2019

Block on North Macedonia and Albania is wrong way forward for EU
The National ∙ 18 November 2019

UK has already lost influence on world stage and Brexit will make things worse – Anthony Salamone
The Scotsman · 7 November 2019

For the EU 27, any delay would lead to a ‘blind Brexit’
The Times (Scotland Edition) · 8 October 2018

Election results: Scotland’s politics will continue to realign as Tories gain and SNP face pressure
Metro Online · 9 Jun 2017

Scotland’s Independence Debate is Now Intrinsically Tied with Brexit
Euractiv · 15 March 2017