Written by Stephen Gethins
Scotland has a distinctive place in the world. This book explores how its unique relationship with the rest of the world has developed over the year and how it manifests itself today.
He combines his knowledge from years of work in the field – from the conflict zones of the former Soviet union to the corridors of power in Westminster and Brussels – with insights from political, cultural and academic figures who have been at the heart of foreign policy in Scotland, the UK, Europe and North America.
He looks at Scotland’s foreign policy to better inform the debate about our country’s future and its relationships with its neighbours near and far.