Nation to Nation – Scotland’s Place in the World Stephen Gethins, Professor of Practice, School of International Relations

Nation to Nation – Scotland’s Place in the World

The Centre for Global Law and Governance presents Nation to Nation – Scotland’s Place in the World by Stephen Gethins, Professor of Practice School of International Relations.

How can Scotland have a foreign policy? And why should it continue to have one? What is Scotland’s role on the world stage? And what could it be in the future?

Scotland has a distinctive place in the world and Nation to Nation explores how this unique relationship with the rest of the world has developed over the years and how it manifests itself today.

Alongside insights from political, cultural and academic figures who have been at the heart of foreign policy in Scotland, the UK, Europe and North America, Stephen Gethins has drawn together 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.

Nation to Nation 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.

Email irevents@st-andrews.ac.uk to register.

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