Debate: Rethinking the Union (Part 2): Would An Independent Scotland Lose Its International Influence?
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David Cameron may not be popular among Scottish voters but he raised an intriguing argument in February. Scotland would, he claimed, lose its influence on the international stage and be marginalised by organisations such as the UN and NATO. Worse, Scotland’s entry into the European Union may be vetoed by a Spanish government anxious not to spark its own regional independence issues. Does Cameron’s argument add up, or is he just scaremongering? Join us to debate this political hot potato. Part of Edinburgh International Book Festival
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