Scottish Referendum

Mystery author Ian Rankin on titles, Twitter trolls and J.K. Rowling

Beloved in Canada, Scottish author Ian Rankin discusses his latest John Rebus book, ‘Even Dogs in the Wild’

Exits: Who stepped out of the spotlight this year?

Who went out with a bang, and who went out with a whimper

The Strange fiction of Hadrian’s wall

Colby Cosh on why nations don’t really exist – and why they continue to persist

The U.K. may have traded a simple crisis for a complicated one

The victory for No leaves just one problem: Is it really possible for the United Kingdom to go on existing? The Maclean’s Editorial

Quebec separatists sad? Not so much.

Martin Patriquin joins hundreds of indépendantistes to watch the Scottish referendum unfold.

Scotland after No: Giving meaning to a vote

Pitfalls and opportunities after Thursday’s referendum

Scotland votes: Notes from a long night in Edinburgh

Our political editor live blogs the referendum vote

The Scottish vote’s messy conclusion

Even if Scots vote No, a panicky David Cameron has ensured problems will continue

Canada’s great debt to Scotland

Scots didn’t just map the country and build its institutions, they instilled in Canada the core belief in pluralism

Inside Scotland’s quiet fight for itself

What Scots really want is better government. Why did it take the U.K. so long to catch on?

Scotland and the search for home

Paul Wells on identity politics in Scotland and elsewhere

Scotland votes: What was vs. what might be

Paul Wells reports from Scotland that nobody has any clue what’s going to happen.