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Re: Brexit and Scotland

Many thanks to Michael Keating for his discussion of the impact of Brexit on Scotland. I wonder what the implications are for the possibility of another referendum on independence in the near future. I was interested by some of the data that appeared after the EU membership referendum. It appears that a significant minority of SNP/independence supporters voted to leave the EU, despite the official policy of ‘independence in Europe’. This also seems to be the case in Wales where many Plaid Cymru voters supported the leave position.

Re: Malešević on Štiks, 'Nations and Citizens in Yugoslavia and the Post-Yugoslav States: One Hundred Years of Citizenship'

Dear H-Nationalism Subscribers,

I would like to make a comment on this book, which was reviewed last year on this network. Štiks wrote an interesting, readable book on the Yugoslav political past, but this has already been done in greater details by numerous authors, the most voluminous book being the _Three Yugoslavias_ by Ramet, not necessarily without any bias. Štiks' writing could be in line with what Vladisavljević (2014) promoted in writing on the dissolution of Yugoslavia: focusing on particular aspects.