Arthur Aughey is Emeritus Professor of Politics at Ulster University and former Leverhulme Senior Fellow. He has published widely on Conservatism, constitutional change in the UK and Northern Ireland politics. His publications include Nationalism, Devolution and the Challenge to the UK State (2001); The Politics of Northern Ireland Beyond the Belfast Agreement (2007); The Politics of Englishness (2007); The British Question (2013); and The Conservative Party and the Nation (2018).
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WEDNESDAY 11AM: John Howard, Stephen Harper, Sir Donald McKinnon, Lord Robertson and Admiral Dennis C Blair debate the importance of the Five Eyes intelligence arrangements in an era of global insecurity: policyexchange.org.u…
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